From Good Housekeeping
A new case study suggests that eating black licorice daily could impact your heart health due to a natural compound within the sweet treat.
Health experts say the compound impacts your potassium levels and, when consumed frequently, could lead to issues like heart attacks, stroke, or even death.
A doctor shares how you can safely enjoy black licorice, plus tips for decoding nutritional labels in search of the ingredient.
Candy lovers are facing renewed warnings about the potential side effects of black licorice as we draw closer to Halloween, as health officials react to news of a black licorice-related death. According to The New York Times, a 54-year-old Massachusetts man with no previous complications suffered critical cardiac arrest in 2019, collapsing in a McDonald’s, and later died the next day while at the hospital. Researchers and academic experts explored the curious