Food & Drink I'm Drinking a Strawberry Negroni Right Now
One Surprising Benefit of Drinking a Cup of Coffee Every Day
According to a new study, regularly drinking coffee can lower your risk of hearing loss. But here's the catch—it only works if you're a man.According to a study recently published in the journal Clinical Nutrition, regularly drinking coffee can lower your risk of hearing loss. But here's the catch—it only works if you're a man. The study, which was conducted by researchers from the Autonomous University of Madrid, observed how nearly 37,000 older adults' hearing function changed over 11 years. They found that men who drank at least one cup of coffee per day were 15% less likely to experience hearing loss than men who drank less than a cup a day.
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I’d never been one to drink at home and that didn’t change much even when I stopped going out 3 or 4 nights a week. It’s not drinking I missed as much as the act of going to a bar, of rallying friends to celebrate (or complain), of hashing out a problem over glasses of chilled red, of sitting alone with a book at a bar and asking the server too many questions about wine.
One Major Side Effect of Drinking Juice Every Day, Say Experts
If there's one major side effect of drinking juice you should know about, it's blood sugar spikes, which increase your risk of diabetes.Here's what you need to know about drinking juice and blood sugar spikes, and for even more helpful drinking tips, be sure to check out our list of the 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked By How Toxic They Are.
Now, though, with two vaccine doses behind me, the weather turning, and the spring produce coming in, I’ve been stalking cocktail menus kind of aggressively and have started to order more drinks to go. Basil, snap peas, cucumbers, and strawberries all play well with gin, my spirit of choice, and it’s been fun to see those show up on website menus and in people’s Instagram feeds, featured in drinks dotted with violet petals or little sprigs of herbs. Last weekend when we ordered takeout from(Bon Appetit’s !), I ordered a to-go cocktail made with green mango (!); at nearby there’s a strawberry rum negroni I have yet to try but cannot stop thinking about.
I’m so ready to be back in bars, to banter, to debate glassware and sweetness and bubbles, to maybe—one day—even sneak sips again from my friends’ drinks. But until then I’m so grateful for this change in seasons and for the bartenders who are really taking advantage of it in their cocktail menus.
I’d love to hear what you’re drinking (or what you want to be), if you want to shoot me a note at email@example.com. And if you do like to make drinks at home, definitely check out themy coworkers at Epicurious created, which can help you find a drink (nonalcoholic or with booze) based on what you have at home.
The Secret Starbucks Order Everyone Is Trying Right Now .
The newest Starbucks off-menu order has social media talking, and it's no wonder—inspired by breakfast, low-calorie, and custom-made.PopSugar had the report this week of the latest secret order at Starbucks, courtesy of Instagram's @sweet.with.a.tweak. If you loved Starbucks' Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso, you just might want to see what you'll get when you order a French Toast Shaken Espresso.