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fizzy drink

A UK term of art for a carbonated beverage available for purchase in 170 cc to 2-litre cans or bottles in developed countries as well as the United States, which have been targeted as a major culprit in the rise of obesity worldwide due to generally high sugar content.
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Researchers led by a group of scientists from Imperial College London recently completed the largest study ever to investigate the link between fizzy drink consumption and diabetes.
I am not among those who have never consumed a burger with fries or fizzy drinks, but I certainly make a conscious effort to restrict junk food to a minimum to set a healthy example for my children.
FURRED-UP ARTERIES Many experts believe drinking sugary fizzy drinks can increase a person's risk of an unhealthy heart independent of weight gain.
Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni was named on Thursday in the Post's list of schools selling fizzy drinks, because pupils had access to machines in next-door Plas Arthur leisure centre.
When the bumpy mints are dropped into the fizzy drink, bubbles form on the bumps.
Among the recommendations, the group has called for a 20% tax on fizzy drinks which have been dubbed the "ultimate bad food".
In fact, we now drink more than six million litres of fizzy drinks per year.
That might have been the norm in previous generations but now, when we have flouride in our water and so much is known about the harmful effects of sweets and fizzy drinks, it's shocking to find that we've barely moved on.
Each replaced fizzy drinks with milk, fruit juices and water.
The study found that people who drank a daily litre of fizzy drinks or fresh fruit juices were five times more likely to develop fatty liver disease, reports The Daily Express.
Even before they've reached the school gate, children are tucking into crisps, chocolate, fizzy drinks and even having a quick cigarette, the study claims.