Trial Finds Sucrose-Sweetened Beverages Linked To Obesity

A trial in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows sucrose-sweetened beverages are more likely to increase risk of obesity, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease than other calorie sources, according to FoodConsumer. The 6-month trial examined how sucrose-sweetened beverages affect fat storage in the liver, muscle and visceral fat depot. Full article.

 

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