Which Alternative Energy Drinks Are The Best?

Few corners of the grocery store have caused as much controversy as the energy drink cooler. American teens, a third of whom consume caffeinated drinks on a regular basis, are at the center of a health debate that researchers, parents and nutritionists have been having for years. While brands like Monster, Red Bull and Rockstar boast the “power to give you wings” and fast-acting energy kicks, a slew of newcomers to the caffeinated beverage market are singing a different tune, about organic ingredients, low sugar and natural energy. As with…

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How Much Avocado Is Healthy To Eat In A Day?

Ah, the mighty avocado. When eaten at the perfect moment ― after it ripens, but before it turns brown and mushy ― there are few things more delicious. In fact, one Australian millionaire said overpriced (and addictive) avocado toast is the reason more millennials don’t own property, and the internet is buzzing after finding out that researchers are willing to pay people to eat an avocado every day for six months. That’s the dream! There’s no question that we’re at the height of avocado-mania. But as we slather avocado atop…

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The New Era Of Kosher Wines You Should Try For Rosh Hashanah

Everyone loves a symbolic glass of Manischewitz during the High Holy Days, but it’s rarely the wine of choice for an entire celebratory dinner. It could be time for this to change, however, thanks to a winemaking revolution in Israel and an abundance of quality kosher wines that are now available.  What Makes Wine Kosher? At its core, kosher winemaking is identical to traditional winemaking. The key difference is that the entire procedure, both in the vineyards and in the winery, must be overseen and certified by an authorized rabbi.…

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Papa John’s Fired Its CEO. 14 Years Ago, It Fired Me.

Getting fired from Papa John’s is a humbling experience. As its former CEO can attest, it cuts into your soul and slices it into six to eight equal pieces. As a longtime fan of the brand and its garlic sauce, which is, according to science, just butter, I was excited to join the “Better ingredients, better pizza” family when I was hired 14 years ago. And I had no intention of being let go. After filling out a short application, I was hired on the spot. Target, my first high school…

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Why lab meat is the future

Meat products can now be grown in a lab (Image: GETTY) When Winston Churchill was going through his wilderness years – the period between 1929 and 1939 when he was out of favour and out of power – he was asked to write an article about the world “Fifty Years Hence”. The resulting piece appeared in the December 1931 issue of Strand magazine and did not disappoint in the boldness of its predictions. But one in particular stood out. “We shall escape the absurdity of growing a whole chicken in…

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Britons shun traditional cuppa | Express.co.uk

The average tea bag contains three grams.  The drop in popularity of standard black tea was the reason for the fall, according to The Grocer magazine.  The tea market was saved from a complete slump as Britons turned to pricier premium teas and fruit or herbal blends.  Retail analysts Kantar Worldpanel reported the value of tea bought in the UK rose by 0.6 per cent to £669.2million in the past year.  In August traditional tea merchant Tetley lost nearly 40 per cent of shelf space in Tesco to trendier lines. …

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