Based on research, consuming more than one soda every day can increase a woman’s waistline as well as increase her risk of diabetes and heart disease.
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Within the last thirty seven years, the amount of calories adults get from beverages has almost doubled, contributing substantially to the obesity crisis. Larger drinks lead to more calories; a Starbucks “trenta” has as much as 600 calories.
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Soda Infographic by Term Life Insurance