The Basic Cappuccino
The basic cappuccino is a 6-9 ounce beverage. It is composed of about 2-3 ounces of espresso coffee, 2-3 ounces of steamed milk and 2-3 ounces of frothed milk. Powdered cocoa or cinnamon is usually sprinkled on the top to give it that special touch.
Here are some tips and tricks to take your cappuccino to the next level of deliciousness.
Pour the brewed espresso into a... Read More
When you're committed to losing weight and getting healthy, refraining from drinking alcohol may be one of your long-term goals. Drinking alcohol can sabotage your diet because most forms of alcohol contain high amounts of sugar and calories; drinking can also make you vulnerable for overeating when you aren't making conscious decisions on what to eat.
Still, some diet plans do allow the occasional glass of wine... Read More
Wine is the best way to celebrate an occasion, a promotion, your birthday or having a great time with your friends over the weekend. Wine is considered to be the favorite and royal drink by most people across the globe. The reason is its unique taste and the excitement and energy it provides the body immediately after the consumption. Many health benefits associated with this drink has also made it extremely popular with millions of... Read More
Most of us know what foods to choose - and which to avoid - when trying to lose weight. But the average American gets one-fifth of his or her calories from drinks, so it pays to take a look at the liquid refreshment you choose. It's especially important to stay hydrated when it's hot outside, so keep drinking...wisely. The clear diet drink winner is, of course, water. It's the best way to keep your body cool and hydrated, your... Read More
Regardless of whether or not you'll tip a mug of green beer or a nice stout in honor of St. Patrick's Day, the health benefits of beer are worth toasting. Of course, if you don't drink, then it's not an excuse to start. But beer is not the enemy it's made out to be, despite bingeing that may cause the dreaded "beer belly." A mug of suds is fat-free and cholesterol-free, for starters. Beer has positive effects on heart health, including... Read More
Many people erroneously believe that the good news about the health benefits of alcoholic beverages like wine and beer gives them carte blanche to go on a bender. And with Spring Break coming up, it's all the more tempting to drink up on the beach. If the drinks are on you, then make sure they don't end up on your waistline by making bad choices. A good rule of thumb if you're going to imbibe is to remember that as the alcohol content... Read More