Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Appear Fattening

The average American has been increasing in weight at least since the 1950s. The reason for this increase in BMI has been debated for decades, but still there is no consensus as to what is causing it. There is no debate today that most Americans are overweight or obese. For many years it was argued the major cause was reduced activity. That may have been a contributing factor years ago, but there ...

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