The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that from 2005 to 2010, young U.S. adults consumed more added sugar than older people. Government researchers also found that although sugary beverages are usually blamed for the increase in sugar consumption among Americans, foods from home were the greater source. Only one-third of the calories consumed from added sugars came from sweetened beverages. The report, which was published in the National Center for Health Statistics Data Brief, states that the number of calories consumed from added sugar declined with advancing age. People aged 60 and above consumed significantly fewer calories […]Continue reading Young Men Consume the Most Added Sugars
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