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The Health Risks of Drinking Diet Soda Are Worse Than We Thought

August 13, 2015
The Health Risks of Drinking Diet Soda Are Worse Than We Thought

According to newly published research in the Journal of American Geriatrics, diet soda may directly impact waist size, increase the risk of metabolic syndrome, and thereby increase one's risk of cardiovascular disease.
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This “Diet Drink” May Be Making America Fat

April 20, 2015
This “Diet Drink” May Be Making America Fat

Studies show that diet soda can actually increase the waistline and negatively impact cardiovascular health.
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WHO: We Need to Cut Sugar Intake by Half

March 18, 2014
WHO: We Need to Cut Sugar Intake by Half

The World Health Organization is now recommending that people have no more than 5 percent of their daily calories come from sugar.
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HFCS for the Bees?: How Big Agra Plans to Further Profit From the Killing Off the Honeybees

September 16, 2013
HFCS for the Bees?: How Big Agra Plans to Further Profit From the Killing Off the Honeybees

Instead of getting rid of the pesticides that are killing the bees, Big Agra wants to create a big new market for high-fructose corn syrup---for bees!?
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USDA Admits Obesity Rate Follows HFCS Consumption

August 28, 2013
USDA Admits Obesity Rate Follows HFCS Consumption

The USDA has released a report indicating that obesity rates and HFCS consumption have paralleled for nearly a decade.
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