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2013-07-25 23:21:06

Many Americans eat too much sugar, which contributes to obesity, heart disease, and an increased risk for death. Breaking the habit is good for long-term health. Boston MA (PRWEB) July 25, 2013 A sugar-laden diet can be a killer. That's the conclusion of an international study from the Harvard School of Public Health. The authors attributed 180,000 deaths worldwide each year—25,000 in the United States—to consumption of sugary beverages, explains the July 2013 Harvard Women's...

2013-07-16 23:30:14

On July 12th, YahooNews.com published an article, “Does diet soda actually make you gain weight?”, talking about the recent spate of headlines regarding the counter-intuitive effects of diet or non-caloric soft drinks. BelmanInsuranceAdvisor.com looks at both sides of the argument and discusses how this news may affect the insurance industry. New York, NY (PRWEB) July 15, 2013 Dr. Susan Swithers believes that diet beverages can make people fat. As detailed on YahooNews.com in an...

Diet Sodas Do Not Help Weight Loss
2013-07-11 13:13:52

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Although the idea of a diet drink sounds good in theory, scientists now say the low-calorie drinks do not actually help you lose weight. A Purdue University researcher recently wrote in the journal Cell Press that diet beverages and other non-caloric, artificially sweetened foods and drink do not help manage weight. "Public health officials are rightfully concerned about the consequences of consuming sugar-sweetened beverages, such...

2013-07-10 19:19:18

More and more Americans are consuming artificial sweeteners as an alternative to sugar, but whether this translates into better health has been heavily debated. An opinion article published by Cell Press on July 10th in the journal Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism reviews surprising evidence on the negative impact of artificial sweeteners on health, raising red flags about all sweeteners—even those that don't have any calories. "It is not uncommon for people to be...

2013-07-01 23:22:47

As awareness of the impact of obesity grows, shoppharmacycounter.com offers summer sale of PhenObestin 37.5, a weight loss supplement intended to boost energy and reduce appetite. Vienna, VA (PRWEB) July 01, 2013 The US Department of Agriculture has announced that beginning in Fall 2014, the sales of many snack foods will no longer be permitted in schools. The new regulations are described in an article in the New York Times by Stephanie Strom that was published on June 27, 2013 that is...

2013-06-27 23:45:43

Michael Chusid, D.M.D. of Livingston, N.J. speaks out about tooth enamel health and its link to sports and energy drinks. Livingston, NJ (PRWEB) June 26, 2013 Up to half of U.S. teens and young adults consume energy drinks, and more than half of them have one sports drink per day. Energy and sports drinks damage tooth enamel, in turn raising the occurrence of cavities in people who consume them. A recent study published in the journal, General Dentistry, found that sports and energy...

2013-06-13 16:34:08

District policies and state laws help reduce the availability of sugar- and fat-laden foods and beverages in elementary schools, according to a study published online in JAMA Pediatrics. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago looked at the association between established policies and laws and the availability of candy, baked goods, ice cream, chips, sugar-sweetened beverages, and soda sold outside the school meal program. More than 1,800 elementary schools in 45 states...

Overweight People Impacted More Than The Poor If Soda Bans Took Effect
2013-06-13 10:35:07

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online UPDATE - June 13, 2013: The American Beverage Association contacted redOrbit today (June 13, 2013) with this comment: "Obesity is a complex issue with many contributing factors beyond one type of food or beverage. A recent report found that in 2010, U.S. youth consumed 68 fewer calories and adults 45 fewer calories per day from added sugar in soft drinks than in 2000, yet obesity rates continue to rise. It's time for a comprehensive...


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