The Department of Nutrition at the University of North Carolina examined dietary records of U.S. adults and found a startling trend. In 1965, only 11.9 percent of calories came from beverages but by 2002 that went up to 21 percent.
Call to Action:
If you are concerned about your weight, be mindful of what you are drinking. Many beverages such as fruit drinks, soda, smoothies, vitamin water and sports drinks contain a lot of sugar and empty calories.
To your wellness,