A change affects sugary drinks with water

A study by researchers at Virginia Tech, USA, found that weight loss can be achieved by replacing sugary drinks filled with water.”No matter how many drinks contain sugars that are consumed in a day, replacing the glass with water several advantages,” says consultant lady Faculty of Nutrition, Food and Sports at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Kiyah J. Duffey said by ScienceDaily.

It is known that eating extra calories of sugary drinks such as soft drinks, energy drinks and sweet tea can cause increased body weight and obesity. Not only that, also, sugary drinks easily set lead to risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular problems.The results were recently published in nutrients, studies carried models replaced with a sugary drink eight ounces of sugar with eight ounces of water.

Duffey, along with his team of writers Jennifer Poti, assistant professor of nutrition at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, replacing these drinks have shown can reduce calories a day.In the book 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend a person needs more than 10 percent of calories to consume sugar.

Duffey has also found a decrease in the number of daily calories from sugary drinks can increase the score of healthy beverages index, a measurement system that is designed to assess drinking patterns and their relationship to diet drinks and steering committee of health and based on the dietary guidelines for Americans.

Duffey development of this index in 2015 by researchers at Virginia Tech nutrition, Brenda Davy, who is also a professor of food, nutrition and exercise. Preliminary data showed higher scores correlated with the level of good cholesterol, reduce the risk of hypertension and may lower blood pressure in men.

The broader objective of this index is to help people determine what and how much they drink every day. Because alcohol can affect eating habits.In a study by Duffey, Davy, and Valis Hedrick also they found that calories from drinks such as soft drinks containing sugar and high-fat dairy products was associated with a diet rich in red meat, processed meat, refined grains, sweets and starches.

While calorie drinks like water and unsweetened coffee and tea, is associated with an alternative diet rich in fruits, vegetables, grains, fish and poultry

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