Sugar sweetened beverages and Health

  • Fluids don’t provide the same feeling of fullness or satisfaction as solid foods, as the body doesn’t “register” liquid calories as it does calories from solid food. This may prompt a person to keep eating even after intake of a high-calorie drink like sugar sweetened beverages.
  • It is possible that sweet-tasting soft drinks regardless of whether they are sweetened with sugar or a calorie-free sugar substitute might stimulate the appetite for other sweet, high-carbohydrate foods.

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