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Many adults consume more than the recommended amount of processed, or “added,” sugar per day – potentially increasing their risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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Obese women voluntarily reduce what they eat in response to additional soft drinks being added to their diets – a new 4 week study finds.
A successful program that increased the number of fruits and vegetables eaten and decreased sugar-sweetened beverage consumption by 50 percent among Latino children had two secret weapons.
According to a new study, Harvard researchers found that people who were interviewed while eating at fast food restaurants tend to underestimate the calorie count of the meal in front of them by a large margin.
Efforts to reduce sodium in processed food and fast food have been slow and inconsistent, and menu offerings at many independent and small chain restaurants often times contain two to three times the recommended caloric needs of an individual adult for a single meal.
While the trends appear to be improving over time, Americans still consume too much sugar, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
According to a new federal health survey, Americans are including fewer fast food calories in their diet than they did just a decade ago.