Sugar, Fruit and Weight Gain

A recent study in teenagers found that consuming beverages containing sugar or corn syrup was associated with weight gain.1 A similar conclusion was drawn from data from the Nurses Heart Study, which also found that consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks increased the risk of type 2 diabetes even after correcting for weight gain and other known risk factors.2 Does this mean eating fruit might ...

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