Whilst we may be wary of the hidden sugar in our food, what about in our drinks? We know the sweet stuff is the majority of our favourite tipples, but it’s not always immediately obvious how much. A single glass of your favourite Sauvignon can contain around five teaspoons of sugar, and, bearing in mind NHS guidelines suggest consuming no more than seven teaspoons of sugar daily, it can really start to add up after a few glasses.
Last week, I saw a few articles pop up on my Facebook newsfeed about the daith piercing. What is a daith piercing, you might ask? It’s a piercing on your crus helix, which is the part of your ear above the tragus. It’s basically a small piercing tucked into your ear that could easily be missed, but ends up looking so cute and kind of mysterious.