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Xylitol, where are you?

Sweeteners seem to come in and out of style daily. When I was planning for today’s post, I went to the store to buy some xylitol. 148 more words

Weight Loss

The Curse Of The Sweet Stuff: Why Sugar Could Be Making Us Fat

It’s no secret that obesity is on the rise. Recent figures report that 25% of adults in Britain are obese – a 22% increase over the last 30 years, and the problem is only expected to grow with estimates suggesting one in three adults will be obese in the next 15 years. 356 more words

Body

Cranberry Juice Trick

Ever wanted to drink something healthy but hated the taste? Cranberry juice is hella good for you, but I couldn’t get past the bitterness. A little trick I figured out to kick the bitter and make it sweeter is to mix in one teaspoon of sweetener. 12 more words

Drinks

Bai drink, Maui coconut & raspberry.

…it’s pretty bad.

The sweetness is noticeably artificial. I couldn’t taste the raspberry – just a fruity tang. I could taste coconut water. But coconut water and fruity tang taste quite awful together. 59 more words

General

THE READING LIST: On exercising when you're such a lazy bum, the many uses of laser for the skin, and your grocery cart must-haves

How are you, guys? I’m a bit nostalgic since clerkship year would officially end in nine days. We actually had our last practical exam yesterday. My batchmates and I would get our medical degree during our graduation ceremony next month. 289 more words

Health And Nutrition

Amp Up the Flavor with SweetLeaf 

Water is my friend, but it can be a bit boring at times. I even like tea every so often too. But, plain old tea just does not fit the bill for me some days. 504 more words

Food Company Reviews

Splenda gives you cancer, along with everything else in the world


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For years people have said Splenda causes cancer, it seems that this study has “proven” it does. It joins the list of a million other things that cause cancer, essentially half of us are gonna die from some sort of cancer in our lifetime. 172 more words