The New England journal of medicine | 24 Sep 2012
JC de Ruyter, MR Olthof, JC Seidell and MB Katan
The consumption of beverages that contain sugar is associated with overweight, possibly because liquid sugars do not lead to a sense of satiety, so the consumption of other foods is not reduced. However, data are lacking to show that the replacement of sugar-containing beverages with noncaloric beverages diminishes weight gain.
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