Here’s one very personal perspective on how these humble crystals affect the way we live, cook, and eat.
A recent study shows people who drink diet soda actually have a greater chance of becoming overweight than regular soda drinkers!
Well, here’s one way to try to boost sales: say that diet sodas and aspartame are good for you.
The company said it removed a chemical linked to cancer in mice and rats—but now admits it’s still there for all to enjoy.
Dr. Joseph Mercola investigates new research linking soda to thousands of deaths every year.
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If we’re addicted to food, the addiction often begins in childhood. Here’s a look at some simple ways to help your kids build healthy habits.
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Coca-Cola just launched a multi-million dollar PR campaign to convince Americans that soft drinks have nothing to do with the nation’s obesity epidemic. Does it make a strong case? You be the judge!