Huzzah! Caramel-colored-cola-consumers and fizzy-drink-fans, BEHOLD. Harvard University researchers recently published a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, claiming that diets that allow artificially sweetened diet soda won’t increase chances of diabetes, as previously assumed. LET US REJOICE. For I have tasted the carbonated pop of epic tastiness, and it was good. The gospels have revealed the glorious news, I’m gonna testify.
Topic: risk of heart attack
Their economy may have recently collapsed, but those Greeks still know how to eat. New research from the University of Athens shows that eating a Mediterranean diet not only helps people who want to prevent heart disease, but also those … More