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Oreos contain high amounts of fat and sugar, as well as hydrogenated oil which is considered to be bad for a person?????????s health. A study also indicates that Oreo cookies may be as addictive as cocaine. More »

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To make Oreo cookies, Kraft stirs together flour, cocoa and other ingredients to create thick dough. A machine presses the dough into cookie wafers and embosses them with the Oreo emblem. The cookies are baked, cream fil... More »

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Oreos are considered vegan if manufactured in the United States. In some places in Europe, Oreos may contain whey and are not considered vegan. In addition, depending on the strictness of the vegan's principles, the suga... More »

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According to FitDay, leading studies show that energy drinks such as Powerade are not beneficial to one's health due to their high levels of sugar, sodium, artificial colors and flavors. In some cases, Powerade induces w... More »

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As a whole, carbohydrates are not bad for a person's health, according to WebMD. All carbohydrates can be divided into a list of good or bad sources, and the bad ones can lead to weight gain and diabetes. Good carbs cont... More »

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A moderate amount of caffeine may help a person feel more alert and awake, but excessive consumption does present health risks. For adults in good health, up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day is generally acceptable,... More »

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Eating healthy foods is very important for a person’s overall health. Foods that are rich with nutrients and low in calories provide the body with energy to keep all of the body’s vital organs healthy. Every type of food... More »

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