In March of this year, a study was released indicating that, due to the high content of flavonoids, drinking orange juice with a high-fat, high-carb meal helped prevent damage linked with cardiovascular issues. The test subjects were given a typical fast-food breakfast and then split into three groups of drinkers – (not from concentrate) orange juice, water and a sugary glucose drink (I’m thinking something like the lovely orange soda they force down the throats of pregnant women to check for gestational diabetes). My scientific question is: If I go to a Mexican restaurant and eat chips, queso, and ooey-gooey-cheesey enchiladas will my margarita helpRead More →