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9 November 2016, 10:04pm
Myth sold about sports drinks 'slowing you down'
Myth sold about sports drinks 'slowing you down'
Cape Times

From eight glasses of water a day to protein shakes, we're bombarded with messages about what we should drink and when, especially during exercise.

9 November 2016, 10:00pm
Eat fat, get thin: fad or trend?
Eat fat, get thin: fad or trend?
Cape Times

The weight-loss industry has long been saturated with gimmicky, too-good-to-be-true diets, so one could be excused for thinking ...

9 November 2016, 1:10pm
President Zuma congratulates US President-elect Trump
President Zuma congratulates US President-elect Trump
Cape Times

President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday congratulated President-elect Donald Trump on his election victory ...

8 November 2016, 9:58pm
Maxeke: SA's first female black graduate
Maxeke: SA's first female black graduate
Cape Times

AT TIMES Zubeida Jaffer felt Charlotte Maxeke's spirit next to her while she was researching her book Beauty of the Heart.

2 November 2016, 08:27am
Vegan Day puts focus on healthy living
Vegan Day puts focus on healthy living
Cape Times

Vegans all over the world celebrated a day dedicated to promoting the benefits of a healthy diet on Monday.

24 October 2016, 2:16pm
SA pride themselves on what they braai
SA pride themselves on what they braai
Cape Times

Information recently gleaned from data collated by Google over the last year gives insight into the ...

20 October 2016, 10:30pm
Sneakers to steal GrandWest show
Sneakers to steal GrandWest show
Cape Times

THOUSANDS of sneaker enthusiasts are expected to flock to GrandWest for the largest sneaker trade show in South Africa – the Sneaker Exchange.

20 October 2016, 10:26pm
Spicy ways to unlock food nutrients
Spicy ways to unlock food nutrients
Cape Times

I FIND it fascinating to see the depth of information that researchers can learn about the food we eat.

20 October 2016, 10:24pm
Depression linked to a lack of vitamin D
Depression linked to a lack of vitamin D
Cape Times

A lack of vitamin D has been associated with increased symptoms of depression, according to a new study.