Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, May 29th, 2006
Study 1: In a Mediterranean cohort and increased consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks and fatty foods similar to a US diet were linked to weight gain.
According to recent research from Spain, "High consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks has been associated with weight gain and obesity in the United States. This trend may also be affecting populations with different eating patterns who increasingly are adopting typical US dietary patterns. We assessed whether the consumption of sweetened drinks and other food items increased the likelihood of weight gain in a Mediterranean...
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