Caffeine is almost ubiquitous. Coffee beans, tea leaves, kola nuts and cacao naturally contain caffeine. It’s in many beverages and even, in small amounts, in chocolate.
You might as well grab the real deal when stocking up on soft drinks. According to a recent study, done by researchers at Imperial College London, finds that drinks containing artificial sugar are just as big a problem as those containing sugar.
Between Christmas biscuits, chocolate truffles, and copious cups of eggnog, it’s no wonder your clothes fit a bit tighter than they did before the holidays.
Food-inspired cocktails that offset the effect of alcohol are set to become a trend in 2017, according to Trendhunter.