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Nutrition
The most common sources of caffeine are coffee, tea leaves and coca beans. The caffeine content can range from as much as 160 milligrams in some energy drinks to as little as 4 milligrams in a 1-ounce serving of chocolate-flavored syrup. Caffeine is present in some over-the-counter pain relievers, cold medications, and diet pills.
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Myths about caffeine
Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Caffeine is present in some over-the-counter pain relievers, cold medications, and diet pills. These products can contain as little as 16 milligrams or as much as 200 milligrams of caffeine.
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World Food Day
Food adulteration
World Food Day 2007: The Right to Food – make it happen!
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Diet tips for kidney stones
Wednesday, June 08, 2011

No matter what kind of kidney stones you have, you definitely need to increase your intake of water.
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Benefits of high fibre foods
Preventing food poisoning
Preventing anaemia
Avoid Cellulite, the lumpy fat deposits
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Health Tips
A fruity start keeps you fit
Eat fruits for breakfast. Eating fruit helps your body to take in antioxidants that may help to lessen the effects of free radicals inside the body. Free radicals are chemical compounds that come from pollution and even the air around us. Having fruits detoxifies the body and keeps one energised and fresh.
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Add calcium to your diet
Add sodium to your diet
Body fat is necessary for good health.
Check your calcium intake
Chocolates are good for you
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Radiation and health outcomes

The effect radiation has on human health has been the subject of recent interest.

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