Drinking Sugary Soft Drinks Ages People Faster

Drinking Sugary Soft Drinks Ages People Faster

Sugary soft drinks are taking a toll on our collective health. A new study published in the American Journal of Public Health has demonstrated the ill effects of daily consumption: Healthy adults who drank an 8-ounce sugary soft drink every … Continue reading

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Why Coke’s $3 Million Contribution to Chicago is a Bad Idea

Why Coke’s $3 Million Contribution to Chicago is a Bad Idea

A $3 million contribution to improve nutrition education and run exercise classes in Chicago public parks sounds like a great idea. Goodness knows both kids and parents in America can use all the help they can get losing weight and … Continue reading

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New Study: Soft Drink Consumption Leads to Flabby Muscles

New Study: Soft Drink Consumption Leads to Flabby Muscles

Doing our part to help “promote” the healthy sponsors of the Olympics starting this weekend, we bring you the results of  an interesting study published by the European Journal of Nutrition. Researchers supplemented the diet of healthy, active men and … Continue reading

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A Semi-Sweet Recap: Sugary Beverage Summit

A Semi-Sweet Recap: Sugary Beverage Summit

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Lisa Sutherland, PhD Last week, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, in collaboration with other organizations, presented the Sugary Drinks Summit of 2012 in Washington, DC.  Co-sponsoring the event with CSPI … Continue reading

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