The average adult is supposed to drink around 2.5 litres of water per day. Obviously, the best method is pure H2O — but most of us opt for coffee, fruit juice and soft drinks instead. If you’d like to be healthier but find water is too boring to enjoy, the recipes in this infographic are well worth checking out.
Recent public health data suggests that the average adult Scot purchased 10.8 litres of pure alcohol. That's roughly 41 bottles of vodka, 116 bottles of wine, or 477 pints of beer for every adult in Scotland
Maybe Americans are finally figuring out that fizzy soft drinks are delicious sweetener bombs and we should maybe roll back our consumption a little. Or we’re broke and cutting out the sugar water. Whatever the case, nationwide, car...
People who consume more than two soft drinks a day - even those with artificial sweeteners - are twice as likely to develop diabetes, a new study shows.
Dear Lifehacker, I drink one can of Coke Zero each day and close to two litres of water. I drink the Coke for the caffeine as I do not like coffee. Could you supply some nutritional info on the differences between coffee and Coke Ze...