A good cup of tea can be a simple indulgence each day, but research shows that there may be even more to love about this drink.
Have you ever considered how beneficial a cup of tea can truly be?
Nothing says summer quite like an ice-cold glass of lemonade. It makes the perfect refreshing beverage on a warm day spent in the sunshine. But drinking it so often this season could result in it becoming a bit boring. That's why we've developed a list of recipes that make for a new and exciting take on lemonade!
This summer, celebrate the warm weather in style and try out some homemade frozen treats. These are great to enjoy with visiting grandchildren, with a significant other on the back porch or just at home when you feel as if you deserve a special indulgence.
Many seniors experience dysphasia, or difficulty swallowing, as they get older. One of the treatments for this condition is drinking thickened liquids to prevent foods from slipping into the airway. While this treatment is effective, some seniors dislike the texture of thickened beverages.
Many people are surprised to learn just how much water they should be drinking each day to stay properly hydrated. Here's what you need to know about water intake and a few ways to give your daily dose of liquid a flavorful kick.
No matter where you live, chances are that you enjoy a glass of cool lemonade during the hot summer months. It's a classic drink of the season, but you don't have to use a powdered mix to whip up a pitcher for your friends. In fact, you can create to delectable lemonade recipes from scratch, and they don't require too much work. Try one of these three unique lemonade variations this summer for a twist on the season's quintessential drink.
According to the Heart Foundation, heart disease, which includes stroke and various cardiovascular illnesses, is the leading cause of death among the American population. There are certain foods that increase one's risk of developing these heart problems. A new study has shown that beverages with large concentrations of high-fructose corn syrup may drastically raise people's chances of developing heart disease.