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  2. Mindful eating 101 - Harvard Health.
  3. Are Nuts Healthy?.
  4. Are Yogurt Healthy?.
  5. Are Rice Healthy?.
  6. How Much Water You Should Drink -- and Why.
  7. Health Effects of Coffee: Where Do We Stand?.
  8. Is Coffee Healthy?.
  9. Is Cheese Healthy?.
  10. Which Is Healthier: Drinking a Little Every Day or Only on Weekends?.
  11. Wine Basics - A Beginner's Guide to Drinking Wine.
  12. Beginners Wine Guide.
  13. Eight Wine Tips For 2017.
  14. Eating More — Or Less — Of 10 Foods May Cut Risk Of Early Death.
  15. Pancake Day 2017: Britain's Most Popular Pancake Toppings Revealed.
  16. Barack Obama, Anthony Bourdain Chew the Fat in Hanoi.
  17. A Pilgrimage for Perfect Pho.
  18. Beer Brands Popular Among Youth Violate Code With Youth-Appealing Ads.
  19. Ultimate Guide to Protein.
  20. Food Tips for People With Diabetes.
  21. French Quarter Fest Food Guide: 20 Best Bets and More Tips.
  22. Health Experts Offer Tips To Avoid Food-Related Illnesses.
  23. Just How Dirty Is Starbucks' Newest Drink, the (Dirty) Valentine Frappucino? - Starbucks Secret Menu.
  24. Blueberry Concentrate Improves Brain Function.
  25. Identifying Ways to Minimize the Harm of Energy Drinks.
  26. Healthy Eating Tips for HIV.
  27. Where Do We Stand On Soy?.
  28. Warning: Multi-State E. Coli Outbreak Linked to I.M. Healthy SoyNut Butter.
  29. The Reason Supermarkets Are Popping Up At Your Favorite Mall.
  30. Expensive Foods: A $1.8 Million Bluefin Tuna, $7,500 Cake Slice and More.
  31. Should Bordeaux Wines Be More Daring? An 11th Generation Winemaker Tells Why.
  32. Sorting Out Benefits of Fish and Mercury Risks.
  33. The Beer that's Brewed to Taste Better at 35,000 Feet.
  34. The Best and Worst Protein Powders.
  35. The Best and Worst Foods to Cure a Hangover.
  36. Which Wine Should I Drink With Pancakes?.
  37. 5 Tips for Pairing Food and Wine When Dining Out.
  38. The 5 Best Smart Water Bottles.
  39. 5 Food Tips for Camping and Hiking.
  40. The 5 Best Food Steamers.
  41. 6 Tips for Picnic Food Safety.
  42. The 6 Things That Subconsciously Impact Your Restaurant Order.
  43. 7 Dishes That Should Be Served at Every BBQ.
  44. 7 Healthier Recipes for Your Memorial Day Cookout.
  45. 7 Recipes From "Sugar Detox Me" That Will Convince You to Eat More Mushrooms.
  46. 7 Broccoli Recipes That Prove It's Way More Than a Boring Side Dish.
  47. 7 Easy Frittatas You Can Whip Up With 4 Ingredients.
  48. 9 Health Benefits of Brown Rice According to Science.
  49. 9 Ways to Develop the Breakfast Habit.
  50. 9 Veggie Burgers That Even Meat Lovers Will Want to Eat.
  51. 9 BBQ Recipes That Won't Put You in a Food Coma.
  52. 9 Gluten-Free Apps, Dinner, and Dessert Ideas From "Pass Me Some Tasty".
  53. 9 Mini Desserts for When You Just Need a Little Something Sweet.
  54. The 10 Best Gluten-Free Snacks to Stash in Your Bag.
  55. The Best American Pancakes with Banana, Blueberries and Maple Syrup.
  56. Top 10 Energy-boosting Foods and Drinks.
  57. 10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Kids.
  58. The 10 Coolest Places to Eat in 2017.
  59. 10 Foods that Are Alien to Millennials.
  60. 10 Foods And Drinks That Kill Your Sex Drive.
  61. 11 Most-Asked Questions About Wine.
  62. 11 Simple Ways To Save Money On Food And Drinks.
  63. 11 Sweet Facts About Drumstick Ice Cream.
  64. Here Are 11 Of The Rarest Foods In The World To Obtain.
  65. 15 Health Benefits Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, According To Science (+15 Best Omega-3 Foods).
  66. 17 Things That Will Happen If You Drink Apple Cider Vinegar Daily.
  67. 19 Portable Breakfasts You Can Meal-Prep (a.k.a. the Best of Both Worlds).
  68. The 20 Healthiest Drinks.
  69. 21 (Not-Boring) Chicken Breast Recipes Made for Meal Prep.
  70. 22 Best Foods for Skiers and Shredders.
  71. 22 Unexpected Recipes You Can Make on The Grill.
  72. 24 Tricks to Survive Hot Summer Nights (Without AC).
  73. 29 Quick Wine Etiquette Tips.
  74. 31 Recipes That Prove Fresh Herbs Make Everything Taste Better.
  75. 36 Amazing Benefits (and Side Effects) of Coffee – A Balanced View Based on Science.
  76. 52 Best Superfoods.
  77. 63 Best Cooking Hacks for Busy People.
  78. 101 Amazing Coconut Oil Uses That Will Absolutely Change Your Life.
  79. The Diabetes Diet: Healthy Eating Tips.
  80. Food and Water Safety.
  81. Seafood Company Convicted Of Animal Cruelty For Improperly Killing Lobsters.
  82. Health Tips: What To Eat Before Drinking.
  83. Food and Drink Around the World.
  84. How to Avoid Getting Sick While Traveling.
  85. How To Eat and Drink on a Budget While Traveling Europe.
  86. Foods and Drinks in Iceland.
  87. Watch Irish People Try KFC For The First Time.
  88. Foods and Drinks on a Budget in Venice, Italy.
  89. Cocktail Crawl: 10 of the Best Bars in New Orleans
  90. What to Eat in China, Food and Drink, Dishes.
  91. Food and drink in Malta.
  92. Food, Dining, & Drinks in Macedonia.
  93. Caribou Coffee's Hot Cold Brew Is The Most Confusing Coffee Ever.
  94. Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Brain.
  95. Kona Brewing Co. Accused of Being Phony, Gets Sued.
  96. Tall Drink of Wine: Behind the Success of Yao Ming's Napa Valley Winery.
  97. Six Best Napa Cabernet Sauvignons.
  98. 5.4 Million Bottles of Liquid Plumr Recalled.
  99. Anthony Bourdain Treated President Obama to Dinner in Vietnam.
  100. Should You Trust Food Studies?.
  101. How Healthy Is Your Diet?.
  102. How to Make Your Own Larabars With Just 3 Ingredients.
  103. Eating Polyunsaturated Fats Linked to Slowing Diabetes Progress for Some
  104. Tom Sietsema: Food Critic, Washington, D.C.
  105. Michael Mosley: The Truth About Alcohol
  106. Matching Food & Wine
  107. Cocktail Recipes, Spirits & Easy Mixed Drinks
  108. The Shocking Origins Behind Pink Lemonade
  109. Cocktail Party Hosting Tips, Food and Drink Menu Ideas
  110. Cocktail Party Guide
  111. The 50 Best Restaurants Around the World (CNN)
  112. An Understanding of Some Germany Wines:
  113. An Understanding of Some Germany Wines:
  114. An Understanding of Some French Wines:
  115. An Understanding of Some American and Canadian  Wines:
  116. The World’s 50 Best Restaurants
  117. An Eater's Guide to Dining in Las Vegas
  118. Where You Should Eat in Every Neighborhood in San Francisco
  119. America's Best New Restaurants (Bon Appetit)
  120. The National Eater 38 Where to Eat in 2016
  121. The Best of the Best: 2016's Restaurant Superlatives
  122. New York City's 100 Best Restaurants
  123. 100 Best Restaurants in New York City
  124. The 21 Best New Restaurants in America
  125. 100 Best Restaurants in Paris, France
  126. Guide to the Best Places to Eat in Paris, France
  127. 100 Best Restaurants in London, U.K.
  128. Where to Eat in London, U.K.
  129. 100 Best Restaurants in Washington, DC (Washingtonian Magazine)
  130. Top 10 Restaurants in Hong Kong
  131. The National Eater 38: Where to Eat in 2015
  132. Tudor's Biscuit World Is the Best Thing About West Virginia
  133. How a New Generation of Chefs Is Transforming Paris's Bistros
  134. The Coolest Thing You'll Eat This Year (2016) Is Breakfast
  135. Eight Essential Trends Sweeping American Dining
  136. Historical and Biological Aspects of Bibimbap, a Korean Ethnic Food
  137. Get Ready for Apple Pie Day With These 21 All-American Recipes
  138. 40 Taiwanese Foods We Can't Live Without
  139. 22 Ways to Cook with Limes and Add Some Zest to Your Step
  140. 13 Recipes That Make Flower Waters Worth Buying
  141. History of Korean Gochu, Gochujang, and Kimchi
  142. Kimchi, Seaweed, and Seasoned Carrot in the Soviet Culinary Culture
  143. 11 Ways to Get the Most Out of Cheap Cuts of Meat
  144. Six Rules for Dining Out
  145. The $200,000 Cigar
  146. The Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet: Fact or Fiction?
  147. A Year of Great-Looking Food
  148. American Pie Pie Pie
  149. Scientists Discover A 6th Taste — And It's Quite A Disgusting Mouthful.
  150. 10 Weird Ways To Open A Wine Bottle
  151. The Golden Age Of Cocktails: When Americans Learned To Love Mixed Drinks.
  152. Confronting A Shortage of Eggs, Bakers Get Creative With Replacements.
  153. The Myth of India's Vegetarian Elites: A Response to NPR and New York Times.
  154. Scientists, Fishing Fleet Team Up To Save Cod — By Listening.
  155. 9 Cheap And Healthy Foods You Can Eat Every Day.
  156. Poverty and Food - The Nutrition Puzzle.
  157. Bad Day For Bacon: Processed Meats Cause Cancer, WHO Says .
  158. SpaghettiOs Recalled Due To Potential Choking Hazard.
  159. How Big Is The Ecological Footprint?.
  160. Obesity in Developing Countries.
  161. Counterfeit Duck Confit: All Of The Flavor, Without The Labor.
  162. Seven of the Biggest ‘Facts’ about Unhealthy Food that Actually Aren’t True.
  163. Should Pregnant Women Eat More Tuna?.
  164. Cheetos, Canned Foods, Deli Meat: How The U.S. Army Shapes Our Diet.
  165. The Hidden Health Risks of Green Tea.
  166. 10 Health Benefits Of The Black Seed.
  167. Is Fruit Juice Really That Healthy?.
  168. Top 10 Most Expensive Cigars in the World.
  169. 14 Foods You Should Never Eat.
  170. Beware of Fake Foods.
  171. Hampton Creek Reinvents the Egg.
  172. Stone Bowl Recipe.
  173. Plumpest Pumpkin: 2,058-pound Gourd Sets Record
  174. Is the Banh Mi the World’s Best Sandwich?
  175. Wine Outstrips Shares as Investors Get the Taste for Liquid Assets
  176. An Auction in Hong Kong Just Broke the Record for the Most Expensive Lot of Wine Ever Sold.
  177. Fifty Cases of "Perfect" 1982 Bordeaux Sell for $1.05 Million.
  178. 10 of the World's Most Expensive Bottles of Wine.
  179. China Becomes Biggest Export Market for Bordeaux Wine Outside EU
  180. Fun Places to Discover Red, White and Sparkling Burgundy.
  181. Bourgogne Wines' History.
  182. Bibimbap, The Delicious Dish That You’re Probably Too Afraid To Pronounce.
  183. Chef Creates "World's Most Expensive Burger".
  184. 8 Fun Recipes for the Stir-Crazy, Dog Days of Winter.
  185. The 16 Essential Regional Burger Styles in America.
  186. 14 Refreshing Homemade Iced Tea Ideas.
  187. Me-Tea-Morphosis: Tea Bags Get Second Life As Works Of Art.
  188. How to Make Chocolate Mousse.
  189. How to Make Meatballs.
  190. 12 Healthy Grilling Ideas.
  191. 5 Huge Health Benefits Of Spicy Foods.
  192. Meatballs with Tomato Sauce.
  193. 28 Homemade Salsa Recipes.
  194. Breakfast Pizza.
  195. 5 Dishes That Are Even Better As Cheesy Casseroles — Comfort Food Feast.
  196. Best 5 Casserole Recipes.
  197. How to Make Iced Coffee Taste like the Pros.
  198. How Should You Brew Iced Coffee?.
  199. Artists Transform Coffee Spills Into Masterpieces.
  200. For Florida Grapefruit, One Blow After Another.
  201. Food History: How Your Favorite Foods Were Invented.
  202. Vatican City Drinks More Wine per Person than Anywhere Else in the World.
  203. U.S. Buys More Wine than any other Country.
  204. How To Drink All Night Without Getting Drunk.
  205. A Craft Beer Lover's Guide to America.
  206. From Medicine To Modern Revival: A History Of American Whiskey, In Labels
  207. 15 Low-Alcohol Beers That Go Big on Taste.
  208. Drink Your Greens.
  209. Tea-Infused Sweets: Chocolate + Jasmine Tea Is A Match Made In Heaven.
  210. Tea Sommeliers Are The Hot New Thing In Food Pairing.
  211. The Truth About Coffee.
  212. A Wake-Up Call For Coffee Addicts
  213. Cuisine of the United States.
  214. A High Price for Healthy Food.
  215. America's Favorite Food Cities.
  216. America's Best Cities for Foodies.
  217. All-American Eats: Must-Try Foods from the 50 States.
  218. The Best Fast Food In America.
  219. Most Iconic American Foods.
  220. 10 Foods America Gave to the World.
  221. The 25 Most American Foods of All Time.
  222. The World's Costliest Restaurant?
  223. 12 Crazy Amazing Things To Do With Chocolate Chips.
  224. Healthy Cooking Tricks.
  225. Top 10 Americas Favorite Foods.
  226. 12 Hottest Food Trends for 2014.
  227. America's Top 10 Healthiest Fast Food Restaurants.
  228. America’s Top Ten Favorite Foods.
  229. The Top 10 Foods Only America Could Have Invented.
  230. Top Rated and Reviewed Recipes.
  231. Best American Recipes.
  232. Top 25 Comfort Foods and Recipes.
  233. Siwonhan-mat: The third Taste of Korean Foods.
  234. 15 Traditional American Recipes.
  235. 30 Most Unhealthy American Foods.
  236. 10 American Foods That Are Banned in Other Countries.
  237. 11 Worst Drinks for Your Body.
  238. Which States Drink The Most Wine?
  239. The Wrong Obama Gives Tough Talk on Junk Food Marketing to Kids.
  240. Is a Nutritionism Approach to Marketing to Children the Best We Can Do?.
  241. How The Food Industry Is Targeting Children.
  242. Time to Stop Marketing Food to Kids
  243. 5 Secretly Healthy Chocolate Desserts.
  244. 11 Foods You Can't Buy Anywhere Anymore.
  245. 11 Ways Food Marketing Can Make You Fat.
  246. Interesting Facts About Coffee.
  247. Is McDonald's Kid-Themed Business Model Obsolete?
  248. 4 Oatmeal Nutrition Facts You Need to Know.
  249. The Art of Drinking Alone.
  250. America's Best Beer Artisans.
  251. Even If You're Lean, 1 Soda Per Day Ups Your Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes.
  252. All You Need-to-Know About Tea.
  253. 8 Caffeine And Calorie Free Teas.
  254. 8 Low Calorie Cocktails.
  255. The 15 Best Whiskey Cocktails for Fall.
  256. 5 Ways to Steer Clear of 'Health Haloes'.
  257. 50 States, 50 Pizzas.
  258. How To Scramble An Egg Without Breaking The Shell.
  259. An Easy Asian Hot Pot for Cold-Weather Comfort.
  260. 5 Meals You Can Cook with Ingredients from Your Pantry.
  261. 6 Healthy Reasons to Keep Loving Coffee.
  262. 6 Easy Ways To Get More Fiber In Your Diet.
  263. 7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Salt.
  264. 9 Most Expensive Junk Foods.
  265. 9 Summer Foods That Are Healthier Than You Thought
  266. 10 Superfoods That Love You Back.
  267. 10 Drugs That May Cause Memory Loss.
  268. 11 Foods You Can't Buy Anywhere Anymore.
  269. 11 Speedy Appetizers from Pantry Staples.
  270. 13+ Things Your Bartender Won’t Tell You.
  271. 15 Best Ribs In America.
  272. 16 of Our Best 10-Minute Appetizers.
  273. 27 Foods You Should Never Buy Again
  274. 60 Food Facts That Will Blow Your Mind
  275. 100+ Nutrition Facts About 25 Well-Known Foods.
  276. 5 Things You Didn't Know About Pistachios.
  277. What’s the Cheapest, Classiest Way to Get Drunk?
  278. 17 Foods That Should Be Wiped Off The Planet
  279. What’s in Your Green Tea?
  280. Tea Is Better Than Coffee?
  281. Coffee Consumption May Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk
  282. The 30 Healthiest Foods.
  283. Food vs. Fuel in 2013.
  284. Exotic Tastes in China, Vietnam, Singapore and Japan.
  285. What Exactly Does Fiber Do?.
  286. How Meat and Poultry Fit in Your Healthy Diet?
  287. Organic Foods: Are They Safer? More Nutritious?
  288. Alcohol Use: If You Drink, Keep It Moderate.
  289. Weed, Grapes & Redwoods: A Different Kind of CA Wine Country.
  290. 9 Mind-Blowing Liquor Myths Debunked.
  291. Distilled Spirits Facts, Ratings & Reviews.
  292. An Understanding of Different Types of Wines: White Wine, Red Wine, Rose Wine, Sparkling Wine, Champagne,, Dessert Wine, and Fortified Wine.
  293. Types of Wine, Wine Types, Guide and Popular Ones.
  294. The Many Different Types of Wine.
  295. About Wine.
  296. Wine for Beginners.
  297. Understanding Wine: A Beginners Guide.
  298. Wine Tips & Tricks.
  299. History of Wine.
  300. An Understanding of Beer.
  301. Bad News for Those of You Who, Like Us, Drank Cheap Wine
  302. 50 Interesting Wine Facts and Tips
  303. America's Best Beer Towns
  304. The World's Most Popular Beer
  305. Cities Have The World's Most Expensive Beer
  306. Your Craft Beer Isn't As Independent As You Think
  307. Bordeaux - Bordeaux Basics
  308. How to Understand and Read a Bordeaux Wine Label with Ease
  309. Complete Guide to All the Top Bordeaux Appellations, Regions...
  310. Rothschild $17,000-a-Bottle Mouton Owes Success to Bad Boy.
  311. Food & Wine Matching Guide.
  312. Fun Wine Facts.
  313. How Technology Is Changing What We Want to Eat.
  314. Bottle of Champagne Sells for World Record $43,630.
  315. Every Year Roughly One of Every Six Americans Gets Sick From Food Poisoning.
  316. Eating Food That’s Better for You, Organic or Not.
  317. Nutrition Glossary.
  318. Crime Rate Has Risen as People Fight for Food.
  319. Organic Food No More Nutritious Than Non-Organic.
  320. Organic Food.
  321. Chinese Food.
  322. Fast Food: 5 Ways to Healthier Meals.
  323. Food Prices and Supply.
  324. Price Volatility Adds to Worry on U.S. Farms.
  325. Agriculture and Food News.
  326. Medicinal Food News.
  327. Everything You’ve Wanted to Know About Airplane Food.
  328. Leading Rice Export Countries.
  329. What's In Your Energy Drink?
  330. Caffeine in Soft Drinks as Big a Worry as Sugar for Children.
  331. When Food Marketing Lies Aren't Bad.
  332. Wine Retains Punch Amid Global Turmoil.
  333. This Is Why Coca-Cola Is So Addictive.
  334. Health Benefits of Honey.
  335. Why Doesn’t Honey Spoil?.
  336. Why Is Chocolate So Slow To Spoil?.
  337. What Makes Meat Tender?.
  338. What Makes Corn Kernels Turn into the Shape of Popcorn?.
  339. Lawmaker Proposes Energy Drink Ban for Anyone Under 19.
  340. FDA Bans Controversial Drink.
  341. Today I Found Out
  342. Peanut Butter Diamonds on Display
  343. World Hunger Introduction
  344. Quick Facts: What You Need To Know About Global Hunger.
  345. Worldwide Food Crisis.
  346. Equality for Women Can Reduce World Hunger.
  347. World Hunger 12 Myths
  348. Famines - Malnutrition
  349. The Fight over the Future of Food.
  350. Will the Free Market End Hunger?.
  351. Can Coconut Juice Be Used As Blood Plasma?.
  352. Benefits of Genetically Modified Crops for the Poor.
  353. Can Biotech Food Cure World Hunger?.
  354. Chefs, Restaurants & Hospitality Management - Food Articles:
  355. Made in America: Food, Beverages, and Tobacco Products.
  356. The 10 Best Restaurants of 2013 in New York City.
  357. The Chickens that Are more Fat than Protein.
  358. Fluoride: Daily Exposure to Poison.
  359. The Health Dangers of Arsenic Toxicity.
  360. Beginners Basic Cooking Skills – A Cooking Guide.
  361. Pretzel Dough Recipe.
  362. Bella's Recipe.


Food & Drink Documentary (Video)

  1. Is Binge Drinking Really That Bad?
  2. The History of Coca-Cola
  3. The Secret Formula of Coca-Cola
  4. The Inside Story of Soft-Drink Marketing
  5. A Dangerous Mix: Energy Drinks and Booze
  6. Monster Energy Drink Challenge
  7. Energy Drinks: Liquid Health Issues
  8. The Truth About Food
  9. The Truth About Food - How To Be Slim
  10. The Truth About Sugar
  11. A People's History Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  12. 100 Fast Food that Changed the World
  13. Raw Food
  14. The True History of English Food
  15. China Food Journey
  16. Filipino Street Food
  17. Thai Street Food
  18. Japanese Street Food
  19. Korean Street Food
  20. Hong Kong Street Food
  21. Vietnamese Street Food
  22. Indian Street Food
  23. Turkey Street Food
  24. Italian Street Food
  25. French Street Food
  26. American Street Food
  27. Trying Food Around The World
  28. World Focus: Guatemala's Children Languish from Malnutrition
  29. Letters from the Irish Potato Famine
  30. Malnutrition in Haiti
  31. Armenian Genocide, 1915
  32. Nazi Concentration Camps
  33. Genocide in Darfur, 2007
  34. When Diet for a Small Planet
  35. Malnutrition and Gender Equality in India
  36. Millennium Development Goals
  37. Buchenwald Nazi Concentration Camp Liberation Footage - Stock Footage
  38. Understanding Hunger & Malnutrition
  39. Hunters and Gatherers In Africa
  40. Vegetarian Argument (PETA)


Did You Know?

  1. Red wine can only be produced from red grapes while white wine can be produced from both white and red grapes.
  2. 10% of the Russian government’s income comes from the sale of Vodka, which is a distilled beverage composed primarily of water and ethanol, sometimes with traces of impurities and flavorings.
  3. Americans spent $361 million on pumpkin-flavored items from 2014 to 2015.
  4. Honey, which contains about 64 calories per tablespoon, does not spoil and can last up to 3000 years.
  5. Regularly eating fast food isn't just bad for your waistline, it can also damage your liver in ways that are surprisingly similar to hepatitis.
  6. In the 1950s, chicken was regarded as a luxury, reserved for special occasions.
  7. Bacteria may transfer to candy that has fallen on the floor no matter how fast you pick it up. The hot dog that rolls off the plate, the baby's cookie that falls on the floor, the candy bar that slides across the table -- conventional wisdom has that you have five seconds to pick it up before it is contaminated.
  8. Vietnam is the world's largest producer and exporter of pepper, producing 34% of the world's Piper nigrum crop in 2013.
  9. Peanuts are not nuts, they are legumes; peanuts grow underground, as opposed to nuts like walnuts, almonds, etc. that grow on trees.
  10. In France all champagne is produced in the Champagne region; otherwise it is called sparkling wine.
  11. Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot are the most popular blends in today’s market.
  12. Heineken was produced since 1864 by the Dutch brewing company Heineken International; beer drinkers consumed nearly 3 billion liters of Heineken in 2013.
  13. Yanjing Beer, "the official state beer of China", produced 57.1 million hectoliters of beer in 2013, making it the 8th biggest brewery in the world and the 3rd biggest in China.
  14. Skol, an Anheuser-Busch InBev beer product, is the most popular beer in Brazil, though not initially conceived in Brazil.
  15. Budweiser "King of Beers", an American beer introduced in 1876 by Carl Conrad & Co. of St. Louis, Missouri, has grown to become one of the highest selling beers in the United States, and is available in over 80 markets worldwide; it had a world market share of 2.3% in 2014, selling 4.6 billion liters, ranking behind Snow beer, Tsingtao and Bud Light.
  16. Bud Light, introduced in 1982 as Budweiser Light, Budweiser's flagship light beer produced by Anheuser-Busch InBev (AHBIF), boasted 2.5% of the world market in 2014.
  17. Tsingtao is the most international of Chinese beers made by a group of Germans and Brits settled in Qingdao, China, in 1903.
  18. In 2014 Chinese drinkers drank 10.7 billion liters of Snow, a lager beer produced by SABMiller and local partner China Resources Enterprises
  19. 1 in 3 Americans drink sugary soda or juice every day.
  20. Eating peanuts may lower the risk for cardiovascular disease and death.
  21. Around 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. drink excessive amounts of alcohol; however, 90% of them are not alcoholics, per a study conducted by CDC; the CDC defines excessive drinking as heavy drinking (eight or more drinks a week), and binge drinking (four or more drinks in a single occasion).
  22. An auction in Hong Kong on October 4, 2014 broke the world record for the most expensive lot of wine ever sold, with 114 bottles of Burgundy for $1.6 million, the equivalent of $14,121 for each bottle or $1,700 per glass.
  23. Fifty cases, with a dozen bottles each, of top 1982 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, were sold for $1.05 million on November 18, 2006 at an aution in New York. These 50 cases were previously sold for $420,500 at a 1997 Zachys-Christie's auction in New York.
  24. In 1997, a jeroboam of Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1945 was sold at Christie's aution, London for $114,614; which is equivalent to almost $23,000 per a 750ml wine bottle.
  25. In September 2006, a 12-bottle case of 1945 Chateau Mouton Rothschild was sold for $290,000, and a six-magnum case of the same wine was sold for $345,000 at a Christie's sale in Los Angeles.
  26. Cereal fiber (not fiber from fruits or vegetables), which is found in bran, whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, seeds, barley, and other whole grains, can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
  27. Brazil is the world's biggest producer of coffee, followed by Vietnam and Colombia.
  28. The only state in the U.S. that is able to grow coffee plants commercially is Hawaii.
  29. Beetroot contains notable amounts of calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorus, and is a good source of vitamins A, B-complex and C. It is an excellent source of folate and a good source of manganese and contains betaines, which may function to reduce the concentration of homocysteine, a homolog of the naturally occurring amino acid cysteine. However, beetroot is high in carbohydrate levels and should therefore be used sparingly.
  30. Banana has a lot of the potassium and is high in sugar. Bananas should not be eaten if you have blood sugar problems. It's better to eat them with other food to help to normalize the insulin response caused by the sugar in the banana.
  31. In Bolivia, it’s rude and impolite to discuss about business during a social occasion, such as a wedding or dinner party.
  32. In Venezuela if you are invited over to someone’s home for a meal, you should arrive 15 minutes later than the requested time; early or on time guests are viewed as being too eager or greedy.
  33. When doing business in Turkey, it’s the custom for your host to pay for your meal.
  34. When eating food with people in Japan you should use the opposite end of your chopsticks to secure food from a shared plate; using the end that touches your mouth is extremely offensive.
  35. The harmful use of alcohol results in 2.5 million deaths each year. 320 000 young people between the age of 15 and 29 die from alcohol-related causes, resulting in 9% of all deaths in that age group.
  36. Ale is one of the oldest beverages/drinks humans have produced, dating back to at least the 5th millennium BC and recorded in the written history of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.
  37. Beer is an alcoholic beverage produced by the saccharification of starch and fermentation of the resulting sugar.
  38. The oldest known recipe is for a 4,000-year-old beer made by the Sumerians.
  39. Beer is the world's most widely consumed alcoholic beverage, and is the third-most popular drink overall, after water and tea.
  40. Micronutrients called polyphenols in one 12-ounce (0.35-liter) bottle of beer create protective levels of plasma antioxidants that can prevent heart disease. However, at three bottles a day, the cardiovascular benefits of beer are reversed by the pro-oxidants your body creates as it metabolizes excess ethanol.
  41. Adding milk to tea may reduce some of its healthful properties.
  42. Tea was discovered in 2737 BC when some tea leaves accidentally blew into a pot of boiling water. The tea bag was introduced in 1908 by Thomas Sullivan of New York.
  43. Sugar in mixed drinks slows down effects of alcohol.
  44. Avocado contains a lot of potassium and is are rich in monounsaturated fat, which is easily burned for energy.
  45. Alcohol and diet soda may be a bad mix.
  46. About half of the adults in the United States eat at least one sandwich every day, which accounts for one-fifth of their total sodium intake for the day.
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  48. A person can live without food for about a month, but only about a week without water.
  49. A body can hold out only for so long. In the early 1980s, 10 fasting imprisoned members of the Irish Republican and Irish National Liberation armies lasted 46 to 73 days before dying of starvation.
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  51. Fish oil can help to boost mood and brain function.
  52. High levels of vitamin B3 during pregnancy may lower the risk of eczema in babies.
  53. People who drink a moderate amount of coffee are less likely to develop Alzheimers or dementia in old age.
  54. The two most popular beverages on the Earth, in order, are water and coffee.
  55. Our body uses carbohydrates (carbs), which include fruits, vegetables, breads, cereals, and other grains, milk and milk products, and foods containing added sugars (e.g., cakes, cookies, and sugar-sweetened beverages), to make glucose, which is the fuel that gives our energy and helps us keep everything going.
  56. 40% of the world’s coffee is produced by Columbia and Brazil.
  57. The name of Cappuccino, an Italian coffee drink prepared with espresso, hot milk, and steamed-milk foam, comes from the clothing of the Capuchin monks.
  58. Kopi Luwak or civet coffee, one of the world's most expensive (up to $600 per pound) and low-production varieties of coffee, is the beans excreted by a Sumatran wild cat.
  59. A new study found that organic produce has no more vitamins and minerals than conventionally grown produce.
  60. In the U.S., wines are generally referred to by the type or variety of grape grown to produce them while in Europe, wines are usually named for the region that a wine's grapes are grown in.
  61. In the U.S, red wine grapes are primarily grown in California, Oregon, Washington and New York. In Europe, the most red wine grapes are grown in the Beaujolais, Bordeaux, Bourgognes, Loire and Rhone regions of France. Red wine grapes are also found in Argentina, Australia, Chile, Italy, South Africa, and Spain.
  62. Twinkies, an American snack cake made and distributed by Hostess Brands. have a shelf life of only 25 days.
  63. The largest producer of garlic, a species in the onion genus, Allium, in the world is China, producing about 23.2 billion pounds of garlic annually, which is about 78% of the world’s supply of garlic.
  64. China, Russia and the United States are three largest distributor of carrots on gross production, respectively, in the world.
  65. California (U.S.) produced around 1.71 million tons of almonds, a species of tree native to the Middle East and South Asia, annually; it is the largest distributors (81%) of almonds in the world.
  66. Before the 17th century, most carrots cultivated were purple.
  67. Peanut oil, a mild tasting vegetable oil derived from peanuts, can be processed to produce glycerol, which can be used to make nitroglycerin, one of the constituents of dynamite.
  68. Coconut water can be used as a substitute for blood plasma (in emergencies).
  69. A lean cut of beef, such as sirloin and tenderloin, can be a great source of Vitamin B, iron and zinc.
  70. Dark-meat chicken has plenty of iron and zinc.
  71. Lamb is a great source for omega-3s, which are good for heart health.
  72. Meat provides nutrients to help body to maintain energy levels, and supplies protein and amino acids that repair small muscle tears that occur during heavy exercise.
  73. White-meat pork is lower in fat than poultry meat, and provides Vitamin B6, which can increase metabolism.
  74. Luxembourg eats the most per person - 300 lbs (136.5 kg) of meat per person a year, India the least - only seven pounds per person.
  75. Octopus, fish, sea urchin, frog, shrimp, grubs and insects, and oysters are seven animals that are eaten alive by humans.
  76. Turkey pastrami is a great source for electrolytes.
  77. Juice cocktail, whipped coffee, flavored and infused waters, diet soda, frozen mixed drinks, fruit smoothies, sports drinks, hard liquor, lemonade, soft drinks, and energy drinks are worst drinks for your body.
  78. Eating too much red meat, which is high in saturated fat and cholesterol, has long been seen as unhealthy, especially for the heart.
  79. Ten best foods for your health: Oatmeal, Salmon, Avocado, Olive oil, Nuts, Berries, Legumes, Spinach, Flaxseed, and Soybean.
  80. A cup of coffee has almost three times of the amount of caffeine than a cup of black tea. Brewed coffee has an average of 110 mg of caffeine per serving while brewed tea has an average of 40 mg.
  81. One pound of loose tea can make about 180 cups of brewed tea.
  82. About one-third of the waters tested contained levels of contamination, including synthetic organic chemicals, bacteria, and arsenic.
  83. Onion, which is one of the oldest vegetables used as a food source in cooking to flavor stocks, soups, stews and sauces, has a leading ingredient for infertility, impotence, headache, hair loss, and in muscle liniments.
  84. In the U.S., Americans consumed around 820 hot dogs per second in Summer. Particularly, more than 1 in 4 American people eat hotdogs and pork sausages on every July 4th.
  85. In China, Chinese people consumed around 47 billion liters of alcohol in 2009.
  86. In the United States, beer ranks fourth in consumption behind soft drinks, milk and coffee.
  87. People in New York drink about 7 times as much coffee as the rest of the world.
  88. The rate of binge alcohol use was 29.8 percent for Native Hawaiians, 29.6 percent for American Indians/Alaska Natives, 24.2 percent for Hispanics, 23.6 percent for whites, 19.0 percent for blacks, and 11.0 percent for Asians.
  89. Wine has a higher alcohol content than beer (up to 20 percent) but less than hard liquor.
  90. Bordeaux Rules at Hong Kong Auction with 1947 Chateau Cheval Blanc Bottles Sold at $84,000.
  91. Rare Bottle of Cognac Frapin Sold for over $20,000.
  92. Pétrus Vintage 1961 Wine Lot Sold for a Record Breaking $144,000 at Christie’s Wine Auction.
  93. Chinese Buyer Books $200,000 Bottle of Rare Dalmore Scotch.
  94. Fiber, found in whole grains, beans, nuts, vegetables and fruits aids the body with bowel movements, lowers blood-cholesterol levels and improves blood glucose levels. People who consumed higher amounts of fiber, particularly from grains, had a significantly lower risk of dying early. Fiber from fruit had no impact on longevity.
  95. Peas are high in fiber and low in fat and contain no cholesterol.
  96. Eleven foods for healthy bones are yogurt, milk, cheese, sardines, eggs, salmon, spinach, fortified cereal, tuna, collard greens, and and orange juice.
  97. There are approximate 24 billion chickens in the world. The first domestication of chicken was in Vietnam over 10,000 years ago. Humans keep chickens primarily as a source of food, consuming both their meat and their eggs.
  98. Adult female chickens are known as hens. In the UK and Ireland adult male chickens are primarily known as cocks, whereas in America, Canada and Australia they are better known as roosters.
  99. The average number of eggs laid by a hen in a year is 259. A hen starts laying eggs at 19 weeks of age. As a hen grows older, she produces larger eggs.
  100. The eggs sold at grocery stores are unfertilized eggs. The hens that lay these eggs will never see a rooster in their lifetime.
  101. Wild turkeys can fly for short distances up to 55 miles per hour, and can also run 20 miles per hour. Domesticated turkeys cannot fly.
  102. The National Turkey Federation estimates that 46 million turkeys were eaten at Thanksgiving, 22 million at Christmas and 19 million at Easter. 88 percent of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day. Israel has the highest consumption of turkey per capita at 26 lbs per year while Americans consume 16.9 lbs per year.
  103. Asparagus, which is high in glutathione, an important anticarcinogen, is a good source of vitamins A, B-complex, C and E, potassium and zinc; it contains rutin, which protects small blood vessels from rupturing and may protect against radiation.
  104. Apples are more efficient than caffeine in keeping people awake in the mornings.
  105. The phosphoric acid found in cola is so acidic that it can dissolve a nail in 4 days.
  106. The very first restaurant in the world was opened in Paris in 1765. The first restaurant in the United States was Delmonico's Restaurant, which was opened in 1827.
  107. McDonald's salads contain up to 60% more fat than their burgers.
  108. Eating oatmeal, not cornflakes, helps keep blood sugar steady.
  109. Bananas are high in sugar, so they should not be eaten if you have blood sugar problems.
  110. You'll feel less hungry later in the day when you eat the right breakfast.
  111. Goat's milk is used more widely throughout the world than cow's milk.
  112. If you drink at least a cup of low-sodium V8 daily you may lose four pounds over 12 weeks.
  113. For every point you add to your HDL (good cholesterol), you get a 2 to 3 percent drop in your risk of heart disease.
  114. If you eat 3.5 ounces of dark chocolate daily your HDL level can raise by 9 percent over 1 week.
  115. Your HDL level can raise 4 percent if you eat two 4-ounce serving of salmon a week for 4 weeks.
  116. If you eat a cup of frozen berries a day for 8 weeks your HDL level can raise 5 percent.
  117. Eggs are high in cholesterol, and a diet high in cholesterol can contribute to elevated blood cholesterol levels. However, if you are healthy (e.g.; no cardiovascular disease, no diabetes or low LDL (bad cholesterol) and you eat a whole egg daily for 12 weeks your HDL level can raise 48 percent.
  118. Broccoli contains twice the vitamin C of an orange. It is a modest source of vitamin A, vitamin E, and selenium, which is a mineral used for anti-cancer and anti-viral properties.
  119. Tips: at Restaurants, you should give 15% - 20% of the total bill before taxes; at Cafes, you may leave 5%-10% for good service or complicated orders; at Buffets, $1-$2 is appreciated; for Pizza delivery, at least $1, 15% for normal service, more during rain, snow or other poor weather.



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    14-18 1,901 26
    19-30 1,791 25
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    FRUIT AMOUNT FIBER (grams)
    Apples 1 medium
    5.00
    Apricot 3 medium
    0.98
    Apricots (dried) 5 pieces
    2.89
    Banana 1 medium
    3.92
    Blueberries 1 cup
    4.18
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    Bread (whole wheat) 1 slice
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    Oats (rolled dry) 1 cup
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    Rice (dry brown) 1 cup
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    4.22
    Black Beans (cooked) 1 cup
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