How To Make A Non-Alcoholic Vodka Martini

It’s official: The biggest trend in South Africa is non-alcoholic drinks. This after the extension of current Covid-19 restrictions in the country, including the ban on alcohol sales.


Mixing Caffeine and Cannabis Bring New Risks

Eighty percent of Americans get a daily jolt from caffeine, and now, as marijuana legalization has spread across the nation, some users and businesses have begun touting a combination of the two drugs.


Michigan Paves Way To Marijuana Beverage Production And Sales

The possibility that marijuana-infused drinks with THC will someday be swigged alongside beer in a bar might become a reality in the near future.


The Effects Energy Drinks Have On Your Body

Energy drinks are simply soft drinks that are marketed as drinks that increase energy compared to other common beverages. The usual calorie count or quantitative energy is estimated to be much lower than those found in regular soft drinks. The main ingredients present in these energy drinks are a mixture of the vitamin B complex, herbal components, and methylxanthines, including caffeine. Some other elements are maltodextrin, guarana, carnitine, ginkgo Biloba, inositol, ginseng, glucuronolactone, taurine, and creatine. Like coffee and tea, the main stimulant included in the energy drink is none other than caffeine.

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Two Cups Of Oolong Tea A Day Can Stimulate Fat Breakdown During Sleep

Researchers led by the University of Tsukuba found that drinking two cups of oolong tea a day can stimulate fat breakdown while you sleep


Ginger Ale and De-Alcolised White Wine Mocktail

Ditching alcohol during January has become a trend. Celebrate a sober you with this ginger ale and de-alcolised mocktail, developed by Leopard’s Leap.


Drinking Espresso Makes You Less Likely To Die, Italian Scientists Find

In a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition, Italian researchers observed a link between consuming “Italian-style coffee” (espresso) and “lower risks of all-cause and, specifically, of [cardiovascular disease] mortality.”


How To Kickstart Your Post-Christmas Health Drive

Christmas. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, a time when (until this year at least!) we come together to celebrate with our family, see old friends and generally get carried away with the romance of the season. Yet the festive period is one of great excess. Many families begin stockpiling a month or two before, filling the house with indulgent items, from creamy Bailey’s to chocolate selection boxes. Over the years we have grown accustomed to being warned by our mothers, on pain of death, not to touch these items until the big day. So naturally, when the festive ribbon is finally cut we tend to go slightly crazy. 


Drinking And Mental Health – A Complete Guide

If you don’t party until the early hours every night, you have nothing to worry about, right? Maybe not. Many people think that unless you’re coming home every night, a normal drink won’t hurt anyone, but that’s not always the case. How have you stated that you only want ‘one’ and suddenly you’re making one night? The heavy drinking sliding scale starts with much smaller amounts of alcohol than most people would think. Drinking just a couple of pints after work during the week.


Best Sports Drinks For Athletes

Sports drinks are a delicious way to quench your thirst. Unlike regular tap water, sports drinks have packed electrolytes and carbohydrates to re-energize them. The drinks also contain proteins and caffeine for extra support during exercise to improve athlete endurance and performance. Additionally, drinks after a workout help athletes have high energy levels for the rest of the day. Athlete drinks offer various benefits, and they come in different flavors and colors.