Plenty of attention has been given to the contribution of soft drink to excessive calorie intake, but alcoholic drinks may be supersizing people too.
Three studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine have linked soft drinks to weight gain-adding strength to measures aimed at curbing consumption.
To answer this question a comprehensive analysis of the relation between lifestyle factors and increases in food intake was undertaken and 3 major reasons emerged.
Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages switches your muscle metabolism towards becoming diabetic and overweight a new study had found.
Two recent studies link drinking water to weight loss. Switching overweight adults to water reduced their weight, and kids ate more vegetables.
Eating more protein and less carbohydrate has been a popular dietary approach for years and a review of 74 clinical studies backs up the benefits.
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