A Day in the Life

April 13, 2010

We all know that with a little moderation, a balanced diet and a daily dose of physical activity, we can stay fit and healthy for years to come.  But…

Rats Aren't People...

March 30, 2010

A few weeks back, we blogged about sugars - and we included information on high fructose corn syrup, commonly known as HFCS.  Recently, a new study out…

March Madness is Upon Us

March 18, 2010

Today we embark on the road to the national championship for men's college basketball, the 2010 NCAA Tournament—passionately referred to by fans as March…

Study Confirms Bottled Water has Minimal Environmental Impact

March 12, 2010

We recently read about a study by the Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) which searched to determine the environmental impact of the bottled water industry in…

Spring Has Sprung?

March 9, 2010

Here inside the Beltway, we spent a great deal of the month of February digging out from snowstorm … after snowstorm … after snowstorm. So it's no…

The Skinny on Caffeine

March 5, 2010

Coffee has an interwoven, global history of growing, trading, roasting and brewing. It is both cultural and social, customary and ubiquitous. According…

The Ongoing Debate Surrounding Sugar

March 2, 2010

There has been a lot of discussion as of late on the topic of sugar:  whether or not we should consume it; if so, how much; if there is a difference between…

Fierce Competition at Water Tasting Event

February 26, 2010

No doubt you've heard of discerning palettes gathering to judge food and wine competitions. This weekend, an event a little more up Sip & Savor's alley…

United States Leads Medal Count in 2010 Winter Olympics

February 22, 2010

The United States is dominating the 2010 Winter Olympics in ways that could not have been predicted just a few short months ago. After 10 days of competition…

Get Juiced!

February 4, 2010

Trying to avoid a cold this winter? Start your day off right with a refreshing glass of fruit juice, and you'll not only hydrate your body, but get a…