Nutrition Experts Sound Off On Why It's So Hard For People To Curb Sugary Drinks
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By Susan Heavey WASHINGTON, July 5 (Reuters) - At Andrea Giancoli's community nutrition classes, participants bring in cans and bottles of whatever they typically drink every day, from sodas and fruit juices to sweet teas. Then the Los Angeles-based dietician helps them read the back of their containers for portion size, calories and sugar content. Then one by one, she stacks sugar cubes by their drink so they can visualize what they are swallowing. Sometimes she has to stack as many as 25 c View full resource at huffingtonpost.com
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