Sugar Linked to Obesity

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By Molly Clifton

A paper in the British medical journal makes the case for cutting back on sugar.

Researchers analyzed dozens of studies to trace the link between sugar consumption and body fat.

They found that reducing sugar does have a small but significant effect on weight.

Looking specifically at children, a higher intake of sugary drinks was linked to a higher risk of obesity.



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