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sugary

[′shu̇g·ə·rē]
(petrology)
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02 ( ANI ) Now, there is one more reason to stay away from sugary drinks, as they result in poorer memory.
In the study, individuals consuming sugary beverages for 10 weeks displayed a 17 percent decrease in insulin sensitivity.
Almost two thirds of NHS trusts have already signed up to a voluntary scheme to slash sales of sugary soft drinks, milkshakes and hot drinks with added sugar syrups, to 10% or less of all beverages sold.
On the other hand, from P1,930 per 50-kilograms of sugar in October last year, the price of the key ingredient of a sugary beverage fell by 25 percent year-on-year to P1,547, a document from the SRA showed.
Sugary drinks, such as cola and lemonade, are known to lead to diabetes by causing a spike in blood sugar levels, according to the Mirror.
Cans and bottles of sugary soft drinks are covered by that move, as well as sugary drinks made in NHS cafes and canteens such as coffees with sugar syrup.
Governments in the United States and Europe are introducing taxes on soft drinks and sugary beverages.
The decision on what to keep and what not to keep eating in terms of sugary foods varies by generations with some acting on their concern and others just saying their concerned but not acting on it, according to NPDs Impact of Sugar Concern on Consumption Behavior: What We Say vs.
The sugar found in sugary drinks, including fruit juice, can cause tooth decay.
The Ministry of Health recently announced it would be the first state in Australia to remove sugary drinks from health facilities when it launched a healthy food and drink framework aimed at all food outlets in public hospitals.
The SNP have vowed to press the UK Government to fulfil their promise to tackle childhood obesity with a sugary drinks tax and a curb on junk food advertising.