Category: beverages

Cut Sweet Drinks To Avoid Diabetes

Sugar-sweetened beverages can contribute to weight gain and obesity, which can lead to a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. New research from the University of Cambridge in England suggests that replacing just one...

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The Buzz On Beverages

Alcoholic beverages and sodas are among the top sources of calories in the U.S., yet they don’t satisfy your hunger or offer much in the way of nutrition. One 12-ounce can of regular soda has about 150 calories. The same...

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Coffee or Tea: Which For Thee?

Score one for java junkies. A recent analysis of the Nurses’ Health Study, a large, long-term investigation of factors that affect women’s health, has found a reduced risk of depression among coffee drinkers. Decaf...

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