Why how you drink means as much for your health as how much you drink – International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 250
Amber Drinks Limited has announced the continuation of its empowerment programme designed to empower unemployed Nigerians, retailers, startups and students.
Since its formal launch in 2020, its purpose has been to make life easier for Nigerians on their journey to being their own boss, and this time they are set to empower even more. The empowerment training programme created to help the beneficiaries which kicked off last year has empowered over a thousand beneficiaries in the ‘Start-up loan’ program.
Speaking on the purpose of the continuation of the Amber Drinks Empowerment Program, the General Manager, Amber Drinks Limited,
During the summer, spirits and beverage brands typically activate at large-scale festivals and events. But with many of those gatherings postponed or hosting limited capacity, brands like CÎROC and Grey Goose have had to, well, drink outside the box. Keep scrolling to see the creative experiences they created—from a floating stage to sustainable greenhouses.
LeBron James was in attendance at Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns.
In addition to bringing along his good buddy Rich Paul (who in turn brought his new superstar girlfriend), James also brought another special friend along – a bottle of Lobos 1707 tequila.
James and his crew could be seen sipping something, which most presumed to be the tequila, throughout the outing.
At one point, eagle-eyed fans spotted something interesting about the bottle that James brought – it was half-empty.
Although it is unclear if the Los Angeles Lakers star killed half
When starting a diet, it can be hard to say goodbye to alcohol, however unhealthy it may be.
But you may not have to quit cold turkey. According to a recent review of studies, moderate beer drinking does not seem to be associated with obesity
It wouldn’t be a story about what to drink before bed if we didn’t mention what not to drink before bed: alcohol and caffeine. Both can interfere with your sleep, with alcohol inhibiting REM sleep, and of course, caffeine making it harder for you to fall asleep in the first place.
And when it comes to what you do want to drink, you might be wondering, what about waking up to use the bathroom? According to Winter, you can hydrate as much as you want if you don’t mind getting up to go to the bathroom. “If it happens, it’s
As much of the U.S. braced for unprecedented high temperatures in July 2021, warnings and suggestions to avoid heat-related injuries circulated on social media. One such post claimed that drinking ice-cold water under high-heat conditions can potentially cause the body to go into shock. Snopes readers sent our team the following Facebook post that was reportedly shared to the platform in early July:
So we’ve all heard not to drink really cold water in the heat, but a lot of us haven’t heard the why or experienced it first hand. Cold water is good, so how could it be bad?
On a hot summer’s evening, after a long hard day at work, there’s nothing I like more than to unwind with a cold glass of red.
That’s not a typo. Nor am I being wilfully perverse. A glass of lightly tannin-ed, sappy, brisk and berry-fruited gamay, from a bottle taken straight from the fridge and photogenically beaded with condensation, is as thirst quenching and enlivening as any glass of cold fizz or G&T.
It’s the very essence of a summer drink. But it’s one I come across only rarely when I’m out and about. Only in natural wine bars –
The latest TikTok trend, whipped lemonade, is poised to be the sip of the summer, and it’s making its way into feeds with frosé-like momentum. But first, let me explain why my 12-year-old niece owes me big.
She’s a seasoned TikToker, so when her food writer uncle heard about something called whipped lemonade, a new viral drink making its rounds on the social media platform (and others) I immediately reached out for the deets. After two unanswered texts, I discovered that her mom — my sister —