Sugary Drinks Could Break Your Heart

You may want to rethink your drink! A new review of 36 studies suggests that regularly quenching your thirst with sugar-sweetened beverages not only contributes to your risk of gaining weight, it also ups your chances of developing type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions that raises your risk of heart disease. […]

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Obesity Linked To Chemical Substitutes Found In Food Containers?

The researchers at University of Iowa conducted a new study, which examined the existence of a link between food container chemical substitutes and obesity. The study suggests that the combination of common chemicals used to manufacture plastic water bottles, food containers, and other consumer products “do not contribute to obesity to the extent of the […]

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