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sugary

[′shu̇g·ə·rē]
(petrology)
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Skip the sugary beverages and try hot or iced tea, fizzy water or lemon water instead.
Sugary drinks and food are going up in price all the time, so a new supply-side sugar tax will have no effect.
We know that introducing taxation on sugary drinks would reduce the amount of sugar sweetened drinks we consume and help reduce the number of us who are overweight or obese.
But Adam Leyland, editor of The Grocer magazine, pointed out that Tesco will still sell sugary fizzy drinks.
FURRED-UP ARTERIES Many experts believe drinking sugary fizzy drinks can increase a person's risk of an unhealthy heart independent of weight gain.
Sugary said: "I was totally gobsmacked when out of the blue, I received a telephone call from ITV producers last week, inviting me to meet Jeremy Kyle next month.
The Breakfast Swap: sugary cereal for plain cereal e.
There is only so much governments and health-care authorities can do to educate people on the dangers of refined, sugary foods.
By swapping sugary foods like sugary cereal, cakes and fizzy drinks with smarter options like plain wholewheat biscuits cereals, fruit and water you''re choosing to live healthier lives.
Swap sugary cereals for plain cereals such as plain porridge, plain wholewheat biscuits cereals or plain shredded wholegrain.
SUGARY DRINKS WATER/SUGAR FREE DRINKS Sugary drinks and squashes are high in added sugar.
To keep the kids happy she allowed sugary puddings twice a week and restricted sweets to one day - but she needn't have worried because they all enjoyed the alternatives.