…according to a meta-analysis published in the British Medical Journal.
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- A new study published in BMJ links sugar-sweetened beverage consumption to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes INDEPENDENT of body weight. Why is this a big deal? 531 more words
Are you a huge fan of soda, energy or sports beverages, flavoured teas, or fruit drinks? You may want to consider reducing or even eliminating your cravings for them. 300 more words
- Based on analysis from 62 studies involving over 600,000 individuals, researchers estimate consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is linked to 184,000 adult deaths each year worldwide. Sugar sweetened beverages include any sugary sodas, fruit drinks, sports/energy drinks, sweet iced teas, or homemade drinks that contain at least 50 kcalorie per cup. 288 more words