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Sugary Beverages - 8 News Result(s)
  • India Stands Second In The Top 5 Global Markets Of Sugary Beverage Manufacturers: Study
    India Stands Second In The Top 5 Global Markets Of Sugary Beverage Manufacturers: Study

    The study by a British journal also stated that the shift to ultra-processed foods has also led to a rise in double malnutrition, obesity and underweight, in India.

  • Sugary Drinks May Increase Heart Risks In Women By 20 Percent: Study
    Sugary Drinks May Increase Heart Risks In Women By 20 Percent: Study

    As per the American Heart Association's recommendation, most of the women should limit their added sugar intake within 100 calories a day, which is equal to 6 teaspoons of sugar.

  • Even Moderate Daily Consumption Of High Fructose Corn Syrup May Promote Tumour Growth: Study
    Even Moderate Daily Consumption Of High Fructose Corn Syrup May Promote Tumour Growth: Study

    The study has said the high fructose corn syrup may promote cell growth in tumours, even when they are exposed to the equivalent of just one soda per day.

  • Replace Sugary Drink With Water to Cut Obesity
    Replace Sugary Drink With Water to Cut Obesity

    Replacing one little calorie-laden sugary soda with water may significantly help reduce body weight: study.

  • Fact Box: Soda, Sugar Taxes Across the United States
    Fact Box: Soda, Sugar Taxes Across the United States

    Voters in four U.S. cities will decide on Tuesday whether they would like to tax sugary drinks, the latest in a series of such measures as officials and nutritionists seeks ways to address obesity, diabetes ...

  • Your Love for Sugary Beverages May Cause Prediabetes
    Your Love for Sugary Beverages May Cause Prediabetes

    Individuals who regularly consume sugar-sweetened beverages such as soda, colas and other carbonated beverages, may be at an higher risk of developing prediabetes, new research has revealed.

  • Diet Sodas Don't Help You Cut Down On Sugar Or Calories, Says Study
    Diet Sodas Don't Help You Cut Down On Sugar Or Calories, Says Study

    The study conducted among American teens and kids said that those who consumed low-calorie or diet sodas consumed almost 200 calories more per day, as compared to people who just stuck to water for hydration.

  • Ditch Diet Soda to Safeguard Yourself from Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer's
    Ditch Diet Soda to Safeguard Yourself from Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer's

    According to a study, the researchers found that both sugar and artificially sweetened beverage consumption has been linked to cardio-metabolic risk factors.

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