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What soda does to the body - eek! by OurHealth Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:04pm Soda, pop, cola, soft drink — whatever you call it, it is one of the worst beverages that you could be drinking for your health. As the debate for whether to put a tax on the sale of soft drinks continues, you should know how they affect your body so that you can make an informed choice on your own. Soft drinks are hard on your health So ... Read on »
Soda Can Pack on the Pounds: A Morbidly Obese Guest on "The Dr. Phil Show" Learns The Truth About Her Addiction to Sof by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:35pm TV talk show host and psychologist Phil McGraw (a.k.a. "Dr. Phil") -- author of The Ultimate Weight Solution -- often describes his work as giving people wake up calls about their lives and behaviors. He delivered a real-eye opener on a recent episode of "The Dr. Phil Show", called "Overweight and Forgotten." His first guest was a morbidl ... Read on »
Sweetened sodas, sports drinks linked to diabetes, heart disease by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 14 Mar 2010 12:00am AHA - More Americans now drink sugar-sweetened sodas, sport drinks and fruit drinks daily, and this increase in consumption has led to more diabetes and heart disease over the past decade, researchers reported at the American Heart Association’ ... Read on »
10 Thoughts on Calories by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Oct 2013 1:48pm Last week I asked the folks in my YardStick meetings what topics they would like to talk about in the coming weeks and the idea of calorie counting was mentioned. Should you or shouldn’t you? I’m not claiming to know the right answer. Actually, I’d argue there is no right answer but while researching I learned a few things, so I thoug ... Read on »
Why Calories Don’t Matter by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 10 Apr 2014 10:37am The vast majority of conventional nutritionists and doctors have it mostly wrong when it comes to weight loss. Let’s face it: If their advice were good and doable, we would all be thin and healthy by now. But as a general rule, it’s not. And the mainstream media messages often confuse things even more. It is based on many “food lies”. ... Read on »
…Low Calorie Alcoholic Drinks… by ms4composure Posted Thu 22 May 2014 7:00am As the warmer months are quickly approaching, this is the perfect time of year to meet up with new and old pals and grab some drinks. Making good food decisions during these times are very important and one way to help out your festive food/drink  decisions is to make your favorite  cocktails but in a  healthier way! Let’s be honest…everyone wi ... Read on »
Soda drinking under heavy atta ... by John R. Posted Tue 06 Sep 2011 1:48am Soda drinking under heavy attack But where are the double-blind studies showing what harm it does? It's all just theory -- and wrong theories are a dime a dozen when subjected to double-blind test Half of Americans drink a soda or sugary beverage each day - and some are downing a lot. One in 20 people drinks the equivalent of more than fo ... Read on »
Yes or No . . . Diet Soda? How About Those Artificial Sweeteners? by LoneStart Wellness Posted Thu 05 Jan 2012 5:14pm According to the American Dietetic Association, the average American consumes 22 teaspoons each day of added sugar. That's 16 calories per teaspoon, 352 calories per day and 2464 calories per week. The source of much of that added sugar--soda. A 12-oz can of sweetened soda contains around 150 calories and 9 of those 22 teaspoons of sug ... Read on »
How Diet Soda Makes You Fat (and Other Food and Diet Industry Secrets) by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 15 Feb 2013 6:36pm How do you lose weight?  Substitute diet drinks for sugary drinks.  Eat low fat foods.  Just eat less of the bad foods – it’s all about the calories.  We are told, “Just have more willpower”. These ideas are false. They are food and diet industry propaganda that make and keep us fat and sick. Lies by the food industry combined wit ... Read on »
The Information Diet by LoneStart Wellness Posted Tue 29 May 2012 4:14pm There’s a new book out, “The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption.”  While it focuses on our information overload, I had to think, “WOW,” look at the parallels. The book talks about conscious consumption. Well . . . If we stop to think about it, it becomes pretty obvious that healthy information consumption habits are about ... Read on »