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Exercise data could lower intake of sugary drinks

Published 21 Oct 2014

Exercise data could lower intake of sugary drinks

A new study is showing signs that data concerning amount of exercise, can cut down intake of sugary drinks. You can read the article here

Would you drink fewer sugary drinks if you knew that you e.g. had to run for 45 minutes to make up for it? What could make you drink less of these drinks?

Feel free to share your thoughts here.

All the best,

Marina

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on 21/10/2014

I would definitely drink less soda if I knew what the consequence would be! I think it's a great idea. It creates more awareness for the consumer. Personally, I never think about what a soda now and then does to me, so it would be very educational. It should be on candy too :)

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