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Foods You Should Avoid Before the Wedding


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Avoid Dairy ProductsAvoid these 5 foods to look and feel great the day of your wedding.

After all the work you’ve put into your wedding day, the last thing you want is an upset stomach, bloating, or a gas problem. Nervousness, excitement, and all the other emotions you’ll experience on your big day are enough to deal with – you don’t want to add to the problems by eating the wrong foods. A couple of foods to consider avoiding before the wedding include:
   
Sodas and carbonated drinks. Soft drinks have a number of bad effects on brides. Bloating is common, along with belching, so it’s best to avoid them – at least until after you say, “I do”.
   
Starchy foods. Starches are also foods associated with bloating and gas. Stay away from potatoes, pasta, and rice on the day of and the day before the wedding. Corn and breads can have similar effects – try wraps or pita bread for sandwiches if you need a snack before the wedding. 
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Tea: Black or White?


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Tea: Black or WhiteThere can hardly be a beverage with as many ceremonies, rituals, history, and stereotypes associated with it as tea. In terms of the popular imagination, tea beats coffee any day, even though coffee is the number one drink in the United States. This is probably because tea is the staple beverage in two giant countries like India and China. The global importance of tea can hardly be over-emphasized.

So what’s the big deal about tea, you may be asking. Even as a cup of tea cools on your desk as you read this, you may be wondering what there is to discuss at length about this drink that punctuates your day several times daily. The truth is that tea has come back under the scrutiny of health experts after it has been discovered that its consumption has some valuable cardiac benefits.

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