Cutback on sugary drinks to lose weight
The Kansas City Star
A good, successful diet can be as easy as drinking more water instead of sugary beverages.
That’s according to a decades-long study involving more than 33,000 people. The findings were published online by the New England Journal of Medicine and presented at an obesity conference in San Antonio.
Obesity has become a major problem in the United States. But the studies suggest that reducing sugary beverage intake will result in weight loss.
That’s even separate from other things such as curtailing overeating and exercising too little.