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NZ: Sugary drink intake can predict weight gain in children

After reviewing nutrition research, Agencies for Nutrition Action’s scientific committee has found that sugary drink intake – mainly of carbonated soft drinks and fruit drinks – is a reliable predictor of weight gain in children. It recommends limiting the intake of all high sugar drinks.

Source: Stuff/The Press, 25 May 2005

Read the ANA review Do Sugary Drinks Contribute to Obesity in Children? May 2005

Published on May 26, 2005 in New Zealand news