I just finished my blog about the fruit (or alleged lack of the above) in Fruit Roll-ups, and then I saw this story about the worst treats for Trick or Treat! Wow, maybe there's a future here as a consumer advocate!
You know those fruit roll-ups that you buy for kids? Do these products ease your mind as an adult-thinking that the little ones are getting their supply of vitamin C as if they were actual fruit? Well their advertising might lead you to believe that, but some are alleging that it's-well-B.S.!
While some experts have speculated that the antioxidants in coffee have health benefits, a large new study, in the Archives of Internal Medicine, says women are less likely to become depressed if they drink a few cups a day.
Like many pre-conceived notions, you are told to avoid something, such as a particular food, because it is bad for you. However, we are slowly learning, and I emphasize "slowly," that many things aren't bad for you in small doses.
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