100% Fruit Juice Intake Associated with Weight Gain


While sugar-sweetened beverages are generally recognized as being bad for our health, 100% fruit juice has a bit of a “health halo”—we assume it’s good for us because fruit is good for us. A recent analysis of available research suggests intake of 100% fruit juice is associated with weight gain, particularly in children.

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