sugar sweetened beverages

A new study suggests that many people who drink diet soda to lose weight might sabotage these efforts by consuming more calories from other sources.
In today s don t believe what you read entry, we have a real doozy. It s all over the news. Girls who drink more sugar sweetened soda have their first period a few months earlier than those who don t.
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Dr. Maki Inoue-Choi of the University of Minnesota and colleagues published a report in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention linking the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages to the incidence of the most common type of endometrial (uterine) cancer.
Soda is being attacked again, this time by doctors from Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City and University Hospitals Case Medical Centers in Cleveland, Ohio. According to a study done by Yale University in 2011, each American consumes an average of 45 gallons of sugar-sweetened beverages each year. And over 69 percent of adults are considered overweight or obese.
Sweetened beverages such as sports drinks, sodas, and fruit drinks (excluding 100 percent fruit juice) have been blamed (unfairly, ACSH believes) for the obesity rife among adults and adolescents.