It’s officially Girl Scout Cookie Season, and adorable young ladies in vests are making the rounds with their delectable wares.
Just in case you weren’t already eating your Girl Scout cookies for breakfast (if you aren’t, what have you been doing with your life?), Coffee-mate has teamed up with the Girl Scouts to make it even more possible to have Thin Mints year-round.
Can minor dietary changes really fight infection? Experts say these particular foods and drinks will.
Counting calories? Avoid Samoas and Caramel deLites. Low-sodium diet? Try Dulce de Leche or Shortbread. Got something else in mind? Here’s the best and worst when it comes to calories, fat, sodium, and more.
We’ve been told over and over again “If you can’t pronounce an ingredient, don’t eat the product.” One study, “If It’s Difficult to Pronounce, It Must Be Risky: Fluency, Familiarity, and Risk Perception” published in Psychological Science, even concluded that food ingredients with hard-to-pronounce names are perceived as scarier.