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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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Admitting she was addicted to sugar, Clare would guzzle seven fizzy drinks a day - three 250ml tins of the energy drink Red Bull which contain 27.5g of sugar each, and four 375ml bottles of full fat cola, containing 40g of sugar each.
Former gambling addict Emma consumes 200 teaspoons of sugar and 3000 calories a day in fizzy drinks.
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.
A reputed dentist who has been in business for more than 15 years said that he has seen first-hand, what these fizzy drinks can do to the teeth.
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.
EXPENSE Cost of fizzy drinks is going up to combat obesity
The UKAB report said: "The first officer noticed an unidentified object, described as a rocket shaped and the size of 2x2-litre fizzy drink bottles.
Sugar occurs naturally in fruit, vegetables and dairy products, but the real problem comes from added sugar in things such as fizzy drinks, cakes and even breakfast cereals.
A NORTH Wales headteacher yesterday called for leisure centres to dump fizzy drinks and junk food for the sake of children's health.
TRIGGER Some studies found fizzy drink consumption linked to a higher risk of certain cancers.
SO AD Williams (letters October 17) thinks the Plaid Cymru plan to fund an extra 1000 doctors by imposing a 20p tax on each litre of fizzy drink is a rather good idea.
The typical daily diet of 11-to-16-year-olds includes a packet of crisps, a chocolate bar, a bag of chewy jelly sweets, a fizzy drink and an energy drink, the Daily Express reported.