Bacteria in iced coffee suggest bigger health problems

To the question, “Would you like anything else with that?” no one answers “fecal bacteria.” Unfortunately, it may be accompanying orders of iced coffee drinks at three coffee chains in the UK anyways, according to a recent BBC investigation. The BBC reports that it found “varying levels” of the bacteria in samples of iced drinks from Starbucks, Costa Coffee, and CaffeRead More

Keping the Weight Off

Losing weight gradually gives people enough time to create new healthy eating and exercise patterns that they can maintain for life. “I’d say nine times out of 10 the people who change slowly and do manageable goals are the people who three years out still have success,” said Bellatti. “I know many people who’ve gone onRead More

Taking too much vitamin D

Nearly one in five U.S. adults are taking supplemental vitamin D, and a growing number are taking excessively high doses linked to an increased risk of fractures, falls, kidney stones and certain cancers, a new study suggests. Vitamin D helps the body use calcium to support bone health. The recommended daily intake of vitamin DRead More

The Secret to Aging Slowly

You have all heard the benefits of regular exercise. You have all heard the benefits of regular exercise. It will lower your blood pressure, strengthen your heart, and reduce stress in your life, but there is another great benefit. Exercise actually slows the aging process, preserving your youth right down to your DNA. Slows BiologicalRead More