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Do you know that drinking Tequila helps weight loss and reduce the blood sugar?
Some of you may have already prepared the list of unhealthy habits that they want to leave them in the current year. But the new study shows that this might not be the alcohol especially if is tequila.
That’s right: tequila might actually be able to help you lose weight. Read more here.
Ten facts about food that you didn’t know
Things we meet every day can often hide many mysteries that few people know about. Here are just a few fascinating, surprising, and downright strange things we at Trip City Adventure found out about food. Read more about here.
What is most popular drink in UK?
Most popular drink in UK is tea. 160 million cups of tea (pronounce as ‘cuppa’) are drunk every day in Britain; this is around 60.0 billion cups per year. Most people (98%) drink their tea with milk, but only 30% people put sugar in their tea.
First chocolate bar in the world was made in UK
Аlthough they say that the homeland of chocolate is Swiss, the first chocolate bar was produced in Bristol in 1847 by Joseph Fry Ltd, a company that later merged with famous chocolates Cadbury.
Interesting facts about Sprite
Everyone knows Sprite? It is fresh Lemon and Lime soft drink,which is younger than Cola Cola and existed for over 50 years to now. Spite is product of Coca Cola company. Sprite was manufactured in West Germany in 1959 as ‘Fanta Klare Zitrone’ and introduced to the United Stated as Sprite in 1961. The soft drink is available in more than 200 countries. The taste is described as as lymon, a mix of lemon and lime. During the all years Sprite has had 17 variations, including: Sprite Zero, Sprite Remix, Sprite Blast, Sprite Ice, Sprite Duo, Sprite Super Lemon, Sprite Lemon Lime Herb, Sprite Recharge, Sprite Green, Sprite 3G, Sprite Cranberry, Sprite 6 Mix and Sprite Tropical. Sprite can relieve some of the stomach pains as burping and expelling some of the gas.
National Doughnut Day
National Doughnut Day is celebrated every year on the first Friday in the month of June, millions of people go to nearest shop, bakery or café to take some of their favorite doughnuts. It is all started when on the 7th June 1938, when Morgan Pett, a young military doctor who helped and cared for wounded soldiers, stopped at a bakery and picked up 8 dozen doughnuts. Each soldier he helped out, he would hand out one of his doughnuts to them. This practice also continued through into the First and Second World War, where volunteers of the Salvation Army and the Red Cross would distribute doughnuts to soldiers.
Did you know about the vegetables and fruits?
- The only fruit that has the seeds on outer skin is the strawberry.
- The only vegetable or fruit that is always sold in a fresh from condition is the lettuce.
- Almonds are the member of the peach family.
- Tomatoes are actually a fruit.
- Kiwi is actually bird native to New Zealand. It is not fruit or vegetables. New Zealanders also like to called themselves as kiwis.
- Bananas,mangoes,avocados are pollinated by bats.
- Tomatoes can help to low your risk of cancer.
- Most of the potatoes nutrients are consisted in the skins.
- Tomatoes are good source of Vitamins A and C.
- Banana is not fruit, it is actually herb. It is the biggest herb in the world.
- Watermelon is 92% of water.
- Carrots are originally red, purple, yellow and white. The orange carrots are produced after 1700’s.
Why the Hamburger is called a Hamburger?
In the early 18th century, Germans noticed during their long travels to Asia that the local people keep the meat between slides of bread to help for future consumption. Then the Germans brought the idea to Hamburg. They started to called Hamburg Meat. Later when they immigrated in U.S., they shared the recipe. It was not longer when the people started to put other staff as vegetables and sauces.