29 Aug '13, 3pm

More Evidence Linking Sugary Drinks, Weight Gain

The authors concluded that, "on the basis of the totality of available evidence," each 12-ounce serving of sugar-sweetened beverages per day is associated with a 0.06-unit increase in body mass index (BMI) among children over a year, and an additional weight gain of 0.12 to 0.22 kilogram (roughly a quarter to half a pound) over a year among adults.

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