“BYU is about to get lit!”
PepsiCo is a multi-billion dollar leader in consumer packaged goods sales, in part, due to its history of investing in employee
Will you still wanta that Fanta when it costs almost a quarter more?
Industry-sponsored studies create the feeling that soda's harmful effects are controversial, when in fact, pretty much all experts in the field and independent researchers claim otherwise.
This is a crosspost of my blog, Healthy Food & Healthy Living. This experiment suggests that even small changes in hydration
If you've been on YouTube in the past year, you've probably come across inane tutorials and reviews for hot products on the market. But what you need to ask yourself is, do you really know how to use stairs? Like really know? What about a knife? Or a can of Dr. Pepper? Well, Sick Reviews has your back, and it's one of the funniest things we've seen in a long time.
Many tweeted, "Know the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes!" Glassman responded that he did and that Type 1s can
"Having shortened telomeres is a strong predictor of developing chronic diseases earlier in life," study co-author Dr. Elissa
So next time you want to drink soda, think of your health... and also this video. Do you know what you're actually putting
Months after we heard rumors that Starbucks was experimenting with handcrafted sodas in Seattle, The Wall Street Journal
We at HuffPost are no strangers to crazy sodas. Seriously, we've drunk buffalo wing and bacon soda in the name of journalism
Sprite's Stevia Makeover: Experts Question If New Recipe Is Healthier For People With Obesity, Diabetes
That's true -- consumption of excess calories of any kind will pack on the pounds -- but the new stevia recipe only shaves
The time has come for the Food and Drug Administration to reevaluate the safety of sugary drinks. That's what the Center for Science in the Public Interest, several dozen nutrition experts, seven local health departments, and 15 nonprofit organizations have asked the FDA to do.
You would have to be living in a bubble to have missed the news that Beyonce cut a reported $50 million deal with PepsiCo. Although the deal may meet Beyonce's and Pepsi's mutually-beneficial marketing needs, it does not serve the best interests of the U.S. public.