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New public health campaign against sugar.
Liverpool in drive to name and shame fizzy drink brands
Hard-hitting campaign seeks to cut children’s sugar intake in city with some of UK’s worst rates of obesity and tooth decay
"Sugary drinks can cause tooth decay, obesity and even type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some cancers in the future."
Even though I actually do believe "too much" sugar is harmful (regardless of calories) I do question whether the current research supports these statements. Are good intentions enough for a government sponsored campaign against sugar sweetened beverages?
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