So, you love drinking your favorite seasonal beverage at Starbucks: The Pumpkin Spice Latte. But, do you know what’s inside it? Let’s scoop it out.
Drinking a few cups of coffee a day seems to be safe, but if you need one cup to roll out of the bed and quite a lot more to keep you going throughout the day, it is critical that you do something to get rid of this addiction. Addiction- yes, that’s right! Coffee can be really unhealthy when taken excessively.
Astaxanthin is a phytochemical found mainly in microalgae, krill, shrimp, salmon, trout, yeast, and crayfish. The pinkish to orange coloring of shrimps, crab, flamingoes. and salmon is caused by the presence of astaxanthin.
A class action suit filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas claims that Whole Foods Market has falsely labeled the ingredients on its 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt.
A brand new marketing campaign to target the health-diligence of consumers is underway. The executives of Coca-Cola are planning on boosting the global market expenses by approximately $1 billion over a period of 3 years. Adorning cans and bottles for this campaign have already begun, with the labels all saying; “No artificial flavors, no preservatives added.”
The medical field has overlooked quite a few of the major pathological effects when it comes to fructose consumption, and what effects it has on the liver’s function. Regardless of the weight gain a person may have from it, the consumption of fructose has been recently studied by researchers who are from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center located in North Carolina. These studies have shown that hepatic steatosis, a form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease which leads to cirrhosis in some patients, can be caused by fructose consumption.
Elevated cholesterol levels in people is a common health problem, all across the globe. Cholesterol has been one of the major concerns because of its harmful implications like heart disease and stroke. Numerous research has been conducted to find solutions for this disease. Apart from all sorts of available medicines, researchers have found natural remedies that can help lower cholesterol levels. Plant sterols are one of the effective and well-researched solutions. They have an inverse effect on LDL or bad cholesterol level.