We all know the deal: Fat is evil, right? Buy low-fat, no-fat, fake-fat--anything that keeps you far, far away from the (other) F word. But recent research has some people saying fat's gotten the short end of the stick. Researchers at UC Irvine are rising to fat's defense in a new study that says fat could trigger long-term memory foundation.
By David SparrowPosted 05.20.2002 at 7:48 pm 0 Comments
Think of ChampionLyte as the SnackWells of sports drinks: a calorie-free alternative that promises to keep you hydrated and replace electrolytes with "no sugar" and "no guilt." It's now available in major cities as it rolls out nationally (see www.championlyte.com).