Your Guide to the 10 Different Types of Milk(part 2)

Raw Milk Raw milk has not been pasteurized or homogenized and contains living bacteria, enzymes, and many enzyme-based, pathogen-killing systems. It’s known to significantly boost immunity, especially in children who get sick frequently. It also may help with asthma and improve digestive function and ability, explains Haspel. Even though it’s cows milk, raw milk typically […]

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Your Guide to the 10 Different Kinds of Milk(part 1)

Drinking milk is a part of our culture, whether on its own or in all the other dairy products we consume, from cheese to yogurt to ice cream. But lately, traditional cow’s milk has come under fire because of the hormones and antibiotics given to the livestock that produce it, the negative environmental impact of […]

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How do You Chill Wine Quickly?

Hey Oneface Community! Today’s tip will allow you to freeze that white wine or bubbly concoction without diluting it. There’s nothing worse, as a hostess, than offering your guest a glass of wine, only to realize that your entire stash is lukewarm. Blech. Rather than watering down the first few glasses with a handful of […]

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How to Spice Up Your Sex Life: Mix it Up

We’re all guilty of it. We get into a sexual routine. We find our positions, the ones that make us see stars, and we never look back. Now I know what you’re thinking. If the Mint Chip ice cream is THAT good, why even bother with the other 30 flavors? But variety is the spice […]

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How Much Coffee are you Drinking?

Today is International Coffee Day (pretty convenient that it falls on what feels like the sleepiest Monday ever!)—so let’s just take a look at some of the research that says having a cup of java might actually be good for you. It may give your memory a boost. A study found that drinking 200 milligrams […]

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Maple Water, Coconut Water, Barley Water: What Can All These Plant Waters Do for You?

When DRINKmaple sent me a sample of its maple water—the first I’ve ever tried!—I came to the sudden realization that plant-based waters are absolutely everywhere there days. But how are they different, really? Here’s what I found out. Maple Water: Despite the name, this drink is surprisingly not sweet—in fact, maple water contains less sugar […]

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Ignoring Text Msgs? You may be doing more harm than you know

Here’s a scenario that’s far more common in my life than I care to admit: I text my friends asking if they’d like to meet for brunch or dinner, and the text just hangs there, unanswered for days. Or I e-mail my boss with a question, only to watch her respond to group e-mail threads, […]

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Birth Control Pill Effects: The Facts

Since getting approved by the FDA in 1962, the hormonal birth control pill has been one of the most popular methods of birth control. Currently, four out of five women in the U.S. who are sexually active have used the Pill or currently do; and thanks to new advances, you might be surprised (in a good […]

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