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    Coffee or Tea: Which is Healthier?

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    Why Buttered Coffee Is the Next Big Health Craze

    An ancient tradition is making waves as a way to boost energy and burn fat. But does it work?
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    Coffee vs. Tea: Which Is Better for You?

    Both have stellar health and beauty benefits, but when it comes to coffee vs. tea, which one is better?
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    How to Avoid a Nasty Fight: Eat Something

    Fighting with your spouse all the time? The secret to a happy marriage could be snacks.
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    Butting In on the Butter Debate: Is Saturated Fat Still the Enemy?

    Don't get confused by recent analyses and articles suggest that saturated fat isn't so bad after all. It is.
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    5 New Reasons to Eat Eggs

    Forget what you know about eggs and cholesterol. Eggs have great health benefits and can help you snack less.
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  • Chocolate Lose Weight

    Eat Chocolate, Slim Down

    A new study shows that people who eat chocolate five times a week have a lower BMI than those who don't!
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  • Green Tea

    Why You Should Drink Green Tea at Work

    Research shows that drinking green tea or green tea extract can improve working memory, an important form of cognitive functioning.
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    Resveratrol: The Ultimate Anti-Ager (Inside and Out)

    Science shows that resveratrol is pushing its way to the top of the buzz-worthy ingredient list. Here's why you’ll want to harness resveratrol’s impressive health and beauty benefits. Right. Now.
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    Lack of sleep leads to snacking.

    Sleep deprivation makes you snack more according to the study, "Sleep curtailment is accompanied by increased intake of calories from snacks."
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    Eating Tips for Better Sleep

    The foods you eat, or do not eat, can make a big difference in how well you sleep.
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