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Discover the Impact of Daily Soda Consumption on Your Body

It shouldn't be a surprise to find out that it's best to limit the amount of soda you drink on a regular basis. It's hard to imagine anyone thinking that it might be beneficial to their health, and most people surely know that the answer to "Is soda bad for you" is "Yes." Despite this, 63% of adults in the United States say that they consume at least one sugar-sweetened beverage each and every day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That means there's a very good…

Transform Your Body with Daily Tea Consumption: Discover the Impact of Regular Tea Intake

Tea is one of the most beloved drinks on the planet. Some people drink it with breakfast, some to wind down before falling asleep, and some share cups with loved ones in the afternoon with their favorite snacks. With people all over the globe consuming this beverage—some for thousands of years—it raises the question of what type of health benefits tea can offer, and if there are any negative side effects to drinking it as well. We talked with registered dietitians about what drinking tea every…

The Impact of Daily Beer Consumption on Your Body: Uncover the Surprising Effects

For many of us, a cold beer after a long work day or during a casual gathering with friends is a delightful ritual. Beer has been an American staple for centuries with its many flavors and cultural significance. But what really happens to your body if you make drinking beer a daily habit? Beer, like any alcoholic beverage, can significantly impact your body. And, like any pleasurable food or beverage, moderation is key to enjoying beer responsibly. While some studies suggest that moderate beer…

Guineans are worried about sky-high prices

In Guinea, a few weeks before Ramadan, in a country that is more than 85% Muslim, women challenged the head of state, Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, about the high cost of living and suffering in the household basket, on March 8. The head of state immediately urged…

For fear of food shortages, Algeria bans

The crisis in Ukraine raises concerns about the consequences on the African continent. Some states take the lead. This is the case with Algeria, which in the Council of Ministers on Sunday decided to ban the export of certain consumer products whose raw…

fear of a food crisis due to the war in

Following Covid-19, the Russian invasion of Ukraine poses a serious threat to the agricultural sector and the food supply of millions of people in Nigeria, especially in Lake Chad, which has been affected by the Boko Haram uprising for more than a decade. .…

Lack of chickens in Senegal for preparations

In Senegal, the final straight line in preparation for the Feast of Korité, which marks the tip of Lent for Ramadan for Muslims. And as yearly, it's the scramble for chickens, a convention of Korité dishes. The Ministry of Commerce assured that the market was sufficiently equipped, however demand couldn't be met 100%. as…

police operation against consumption of

The mayor of Ouagadougou is fighting against the consumption of shisha in public places. In early April, City Hall took a measure banning the consumption of shisha in public places in the city, whether it was closed or not. The security forces conducted an operation to monitor compliance with this measure on Saturday 24 April.…

fish unfit for human consumption

Several fish have been found dead off the Ghanaian coast in recent days, the cause of which is unknown. In neighboring Togo, these fish are on the market in some cities near the border. The first recovered are currently seized and destroyed. as reported from Lomé, Peter Sasou DogbéThis is the meat of dolphins and smoked tuna…

In Rwanda, the success of a meals supply software is

Rwanda's meals supply app Vuba Vuba is driving the e-commerce dill boosted by the coronavirus pandemic. Vuba Vuba, launched a couple of yr in the past in January 2020, means "quick" in Kinyarwanda, the nationwide language, has already registered virtually 200 eating places, operates in two Rwandan cities and delivers as much as 600 meals a day. Whereas Jumia left the small Rwandan market on the finish…

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