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Analysis of government data confirms Americans taking advantage of wide variety of lower-calorie beverage options.
Losing weight could be as easy as cutting sugary drinks from your diet according to new research.
Study Finds Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Increase Women's Risk of Coronary Heart Disease BOSTON, March 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Regular consumption of sugary beverages such as soda put women at a higher risk for coronary heart disease.
Women who drink two or more cans of soda pop per day are nearly twice as likely to show early signs of kidney disease, a U.S. study said.
Women who drink two or more cans of soda pop per day are nearly twice as likely to show early signs of kidney disease, a recent study has found.
The number of U.S. adults consuming sugar-sweetened beverages such as soft drinks, fruit drinks and punches has increased dramatically, researchers said.
With childhood obesity increasing, school administrators and public health officials are reducing availability of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) in schools.
By Bokaie, Jemima Stevia, a South American plant used to create natural sugar substitutes, is set to be the next major battleground for Coca-Cola and Pepsi, with both brands launching their own natural sweeteners using the non-calorific herb.
By Kuzemchak, Sally How to retrain your taste buds-plus, the truth about gauging your weight-loss success. Q Is it true that if you give up fatty or sugary foods you'll eventually stop wanting them? A Yes, provided you do it properly.
Although sweetened fruit drinks promise a healthier alternative to non-diet soft drinks, researchers say they are just as likely to cause weight gain and increase the risk of diabetes.
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