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So you figure that energy drinks are harmless and keeps you awake for an all-nighter or a very boring job? Guess again! Drinking too much energy drinks can seriously affect your health. On the other hand – having energy drinks on occasion – when you really need it- isn’t all bad. Let’s debunk some myths. […]

by prayerfriends 8 Myths and Truths About Drinking Alcohol I did some rounds on the internet today trying to find as many myths about alcohol as I could. Let me be the first to say, there are a lot of them. Some are plausible, some even I thought were true; but most are ones that […]

by J i J y Mel Siff on Myths and Facts About Milk Another fantastic article from Mel Siff – taken from his Yahoo group, which still has enormous amounts of valid information its archives – check it out at http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Supertraining/ or just grab the highlights at www.melsiff.com and then search through the various categories […]

by Pedro Moura Pinheiro Myths And Facts About Milk Another fantastic article from Mel Siff – taken from his Yahoo group, which still has enormous amounts of valid information its archives – check it out at health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Supertraining/ or just grab the highlights at melsiff.com and then search through the various categories in the column on […]

Say the word ‘Russia,’ and you’re bound to conjure a string of stereotypical images: A bearskin hat, onion domes, the Hammer & Sickle emblem, bread lines, bare grocery store shelves…and a drunk holding a bottle of vodka. You might even view the Russian people themselves as you do the weather there: Cold, gray, and gloomy. […]

Sulfites are a commonly used preservative found in foods, alcoholic drinks, and medications. The most commonly discussed sulfites are those found in wine. “Sulfites are bad.”“Wine sulfites give me massive headaches.”“Sulfites are toxic. I stay away from them.” “Sulfites are not natural.” …these are just a few of the common responses when I ask people […]