sugared beverage

sugared beverage

, sugar-sweetened beverage, sugary beverage
A drink, carbonated or uncarbonated, to which corn syrup, glucose, or other sweetening agents have been added. They are a significant source of calories in the diet, esp. in children, adolescents, and young adults, and contribute to tooth decay.
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"Future studies are needed to evaluate longer-term impact of the tax on sugared beverage consumption and substitutions."
Aside from increased taxing on sugared beverage, other reforms under TRAIN law include higher taxes on tobacco products, alcohol, motor vehicles, fossil fuels, among others.
Replacing just one 12-ounce sugared beverage each day with a bottle of water can eliminate more than 50,000 calories a year from someone's diet.
A new comparison of BrACs of alcohol consumed with an artificial sweetener versus alcohol consumed with a sugared beverage has found that mixing alcohol with a diet soft drink can result in a higher BrAC.
These associations between sugared beverage intake and blood pressure were strongest among individuals with higher urinary sodium excretion, the researchers added.
"For example, the simple act of swapping a sugared beverage for water is an easy change that can shave calories and add up to big results over time.
Michael Finke and Laura Reynolds, researchers in the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia, have found that consumption of sugared beverage reduces a person's ability to meet the daily recommended level of vitamins and minerals (A, E, C, [B.sub.6], [B.sub.12], thiamin, riboflavin, folate, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, niacin, phosphorus) by replacing the more healthful alternatives that typically contain these nutrients.
Next year, there will be some tax policy measures to protect the health of citizens: the rate of the public health product tax levied on foods and beverages which pose health risks (e.g.: sugared beverages, chips, chocolates, alcoholic beverages, etc.) will be raised by 20 percent.
This year, however, prospects are brighter despite continuing pressure from rising inflation, foreign currency weakness, higher taxes on sugared beverages, volatility in commodity prices and the highly-competitive local coffee market.
If you want to avoid caffeinated or sugared beverages, look for a water that can help replenish your body with essential minerals.
Following the introduction of the IEPS tax, consumers will continue to be increasingly attracted to bottled water as a substitute for other sugared beverages. Conversely, it is important to note that bottled water could start to experience slowing growth rates as it becomes more mature.