The Checkup: Philly Study Validates Your Outrageous Lacroix Addiction

• The folks at the Monell Chemical Senses Center, right here in Philly, have figured out why your recycling bin is overflowing with Lacroix cans (coconut flavored, if you’re like me — so good): According to a study, to be published in the journal Plus One, cold carbonated beverages are the ultimate thirst quenchers, scientifically speaking. By the way, word to the wise: You’re pronouncing Lacroix wrong. [Vice]

• This — this being President Obama’s workout playlist, which includes Beyoncé — miiiiight be the best thing ever. [Wired]

• Did you know that there are right and wrong types of matcha — the green tea powder that’s officially a big player in the wellness world — to buy? Because there are. [Well + Good]

• “Trump Syndrome: a ravenous late-night craving for stimulation that results in a sometimes sporadic, often slender sleep schedule.’” — a Yale neurologist attempts to explain some of Trump’s behavior. Get your sleep, kids! [Science of Us]

• Turmeric and cauliflower “bread” is officially a thing. We’ll let you taste-test it first. [POPSUGAR Fitness]

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