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Women who drink too much soda and other sweet thirst quenchers are more likely to be stricken by stroke.
But replacing these beverages with water, coffee or tea can reduce a person’s risk of type 2 diabetes.
Easy ways to handle our very human liking for sugary treats
A recent article in The Atlantic explains and debunks a growing myth around food and cancer.
To improve overall health and longevity, replace sweetened beverages with water and other sugarless drinks.
Belief in the power of food to heal the body is gaining more acceptance as scientific findings emerge to support this feeling in our gut.
What’s more, the carbohydrate causes cells to multiply quicker.
Here’s another reason experts recommend cutting back on sweets and tracking our sugar consumption.
Those with desensitized taste buds are more likely to choose sweeter foods and eventually get fat.
Hidden sugars in food
A look at some common sugar substitutes
The side effects of alternative sweeteners continue to cause concern.
Results from an animal study found common table sugar may increase the risk of both breast and lung cancer later in life.
If you’ve ever grabbed a diet drink instead of juice or soda because you think it’s better for your teeth, think again.
Study finds children who cut back on their sugar intake for just 10 days can see drastic improvements in their metabolic health
Another reason to stop guzzling sweet beverages
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