The World Health Organization has urged countries to raise the tax on sugary drinks to combat obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. The WHO believes that lowering consumption of sodas, sports drinks, juices, etc., is an effective way to minimize obesity and diabetes cases.
Highlighting the conflict of interest, sponsorship provided by two known soda companies to health organizations has been identified as a new so-called marketing strategy, recent study shows after disclosing a list of institutions on a research paper recently published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Juicing and detoxing have been popular diet trends for a while now, especially for those wanting to lose weight fast. However, before drinking a glass of orange juice, you might to think twice as it leads to more intense hanger pangs.
The world feels the love from Coca-Cola. The company announced that they’ve achieved having replenished back to nature and the community the equivalent of all the water used in production. This marks the first time a Fortune 500 company has achieved a water replenishing feat of this magnitude.
It turns out that soda and other sugary drinks may be able to help relieve stress.
You would think that going on a "diet" would help trim your waistline, but when it comes to diet soda, it's actually found to be linked to greater belly fat in adults 65 years of age and older.
Let's be honest, a LOT of things can supposedly give you cancer, especially considering that cancer is nothing more than mutated cells forgetting where they are supposed to be. Radiation, toxins, and even inflammation can all screw with the natural order of things. Now, researchers are adding a new item to the ever-growing list of carcinogens: amber food coloring.
Extra sugary sodas might promote disease, independently from its role in obesity, after researchers found in a new study that consumption of the sweetened beverages were associated with cell aging.
It's no secret that the food on offer today at most fast food joints are unhealthy and spurs the obesity epidemic, particularly among children. Now new research looked at all the possible combinations of main dishes, sides and drinks - for a total of 5,427 possible meals and found that only 33 were considered healthy.