poor dietPoor diet and high blood pressure are the top two contributors to early death around the world, with high salt intake a ‘key component’ in raising blood pressure, according to a study published in Lancet Journal.


red winePeople who drink diet beverages may compensate for the absence of calories in the drinks by feasting on extra food that is loaded with high levels of sugar, salt and unhealthy fats, say researchers.


 

caffeineCaffeine short and long-term effects can be both positive and negative as the studies reveals. Considerations as quantity ingested per body weight, period of time, age, sex and personal habits, have to be taken into account when consuming foods with caffeine.