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“Age does not depend upon years, but upon temperament and health.”
— Tryon Edwards
Next time you have a little too much to drink but still have to keep the party going, try eating a couple of cubes of cheese to absorb some of the alcohol in your belly. It’s a tastier and lighter alternative to nap-inducing carbs.
Studies have shown that adding pecans to a low-fat diet significantly lowers cholesterol levels in adults over the age of 30. The nut also provides fiber, essential nutrients and heart-healthy oils.
Pediatricians throughout the world report that eating too many Gummy Bears in one sitting results in belly aches. Not a revolutionary finding, but something worth thinking about next time you’re at the check-out line in the grocery store and Jr. wants a snack.