Tip: Drinks And Calories

In 1965, only 11.9 percent of calories came from beverages but by 2002 that went up to 21 percent.

Beverages And CaloriesThe 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,

Lynn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *