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Synonyms for sweetened

with sweetening added

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Rats readily associated nausea caused by lithium chloride injections with earlier intake of sweetened water but not with brightly illuminated water made available after the sound of a tone, he and his coworkers reported.
[USA], Sep 11 ( ANI ): A recent study has found the key factor in increased intake of sugar sweetened beverages in countries.
Citing the latest study by the Philippine Chamber of Food Manufacturers Inc., the implementation of P10 tax per liter volume capacity on sugar sweetened beverages will be the highest in the world and will mostly hit the poor.
The finding has implications for school success and lends support to existing recommendations to limit the amount of sweetened beverages schoolchildren drink.
The researchers used data on consumption of juices and nectars, sugar-sweetened soft drinks and artificially sweetened soft drinks collected across eight European cohorts participating in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC study; UK, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Sweden, France, Italy, Netherlands), covering some 350,000 participants.
The 641 normal-weight children, 4-to-12 years old, were divided into two groups--one received 8 ounces of a sugar-sweetened drink daily and the other 8 ounces of a sugar-free, artificially sweetened beverage.
Artificially sweetened beverages were not associated with coronary heart disease risk.
They found that sugar-sweetened beverages--soft drinks, fruit drinks, fruit punch or high-calorie beverages sweetened with sugar--accounted for 37 percent of all liquid calories and were the only beverages significantly associated with weight change in the study's follow-up periods.
Soft drinks, fruit drinks, and other sweetened beverages may threaten your heart and your waistline, according to two new studies.
4, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Greater consumption of soft drinks, both sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened, is associated with a higher risk for all-cause mortality, according to a European study published online Sept.
"We found that higher soft drink intake was associated with a greater risk of death from any cause regardless of whether sugar-sweetened or artificially sweetened drinks were consumed," said study senior author Neil Murphy.
If you love sweet drinks, check out the list of ready-to-drink sweetened drinks that attract the new duty.
Investigators analyzed data on more than 118,000 people, who were surveyed about their consumption of sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened beverages.
[USA], May 2 (ANI): Researchers have found that children and teens who drink low-calories or zero calories sweetened beverages in the United States takes in about 200 extra calories compared to those who drank water and took the same number of calories.
Sugar sweetened beverages (SSBs), including carbonated soft drinks, fruit drinks and energy drinks, are the largest contributor of sugar in children's diets.