In 1928, a man named H.B. Reese, created the peanut butter cup. Mr. Reese was a dairy farmer and a shipping forman for Milton S. Hershey, and found him inspiring.
Attention Pickle Lover, these Gluten Free, Low Carb Fried Pickles are for you!!!! They are loaded with nutrients making them a perfect keto snack. They are easy to make and require only a few ingredients.
According to Medical Daily, pediatricians say that “Flamin’ Hot Cheetos send multiple children to the emergency room each year.” Cheetos that are made with maltodextrin, salt, sugar, monosodium glutamate, yeast extract, citric acid, Red 40 Lake, Yellow 6 Lake, Yellow 6, Yellow 5 can cause severe abdominal pain, ulcers and gastritis.
Soda bicarbonate, also known as baking soda, has a whole range of household uses, from eliminating odors in refrigerators to brushing teeth. Additionally, it can also be used to clean the skin and remove blackheads, as it possesses gentle abrasive properties, according to CosmeticsInfo.org.
This incredible fruit called the Blue Java Banana looks and tastes just like vanilla ice cream. This doesn’t sound real, does it? Fortunately, the Blue Java Banana is very real and you can even plant a tree in your own backyard.
Yes. Chlorine in YOUR chicken. According to the National Chicken Council (yes this is a real thing) the use of chlorinated water in processing chicken is not only “safe,” but a common practice in the United States.
Federal regulators say the use of chlorine is safe and effective in poultry processing, explaining that studies show that once chlorine hits the bird, it breaks down into safe byproducts.
While many people still avoid butter based on faulty science, recent studies have shown that not only butter is healthy but it has the opposite effect on the heart, by lowering the risk of heart disease rather than causing it.
After many years of promoting aspirin, the FDA now says that if you have not experienced a heart problem, you should not be taking a daily aspirin.
When we think of improving our health and extending our lifetime, we usually think of losing or keeping weight off as an essential first step. But research continues to support the theory that your weight should not be your #1 concern. What should be? Your waistline and belly size in particular. Prior research has already demonstrated that, more than weight, the size of your belly is the number one risk factor for having your first heart attack and/or stroke.