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David Ogden
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Healthy weight Loss

Published on 6/7/2012
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I posted the other day about the plan in New York to reduce the maximum size of soda's to 16 Oz and applying fines for non compliance, well its seems that battle lines are being formed with the drinks industry starting to lobby against the ban. Coca-Cola Co and McDonald's Corps along with beverage industry groups have said consumers should be able to make their own drink choices and that sodas are not to blame for the nation's soaring obesity rates. The industry has launched a wave of ads attacking New York City's plan, which New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced last week. Sugary drink consumption may just be a part of the U.S. obesity epidemic, but the products are the largest single source of sugar in the diet and have a major impact on health This might mark the start of a major offensive and the drinks industry fear they may be targeted like the tobacco industry as a health hazard.Kelly Brownell, director of the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University, said targeting sugar sweetened beverages makes sense because they offer empty calories with no nutritional value. Obesity is the major target but drinking less soda also can improve your oral health a the same time and provide saving on dental bill. I for one cut back on fizzy drinks years ago and instead increase the amount of water consumption. drinking iced water can help you in you healthy weight loss quest as your body will burn extra calories to raise the water temperature to match that of your body. You can burn of some 70 calories a day just by consuming 8 glasses of iced water. Also remember a can of cola adds around 140 calories to your diet.
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