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Teenagers who were exposed to signs informing them of the distance they would need to walk to burn off the calories in a sugary drink are less likely to purchase those beverages, according to research published online Thursday in the American Journal of Public Health.
Some consumers see energy drinks as a sugary alternative to a cup of coffee, but new research from the World Health Organization has found that the drinks could pose a significant health risk to the general public.
Three friends in Guilford, Conn., all fathers, have pooled their resources to develop trimino™, a sugar-free protein infused water – a healthy alternative to sugary soft drinks.
Studying rats as model subjects, scientists found that adolescents were at an increased risk of suffering negative health effects from sugar-sweetened beverage consumption.
BERKELEY, Calif., Oct.
Effort might help reduce tooth decay CHICAGO, Sept.
Relaxation drink producers face several challenges that have the potential to derail growth, but barring any significant change in regulation, the industry should capitalize on growing demand
Experts Applaud Food & Beverage Industry Actions to Improve the Food Environment SILVER SPRING, Md., Sept.
Sugars in the diet should make up no more than 3% of total energy intake to reduce the significant financial and social burdens of tooth decay, finds new research from UCL and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
-- National Weight Control Registry Investigates Behaviors for Success -- FT. WASHINGTON, Pa., Sept.
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