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Some calories more harmful than others
While calories from any food have the potential to increase the risk of obesity and other cardiometabolic diseases, 22 nutrition researchers agree that sugar-sweetened beverages play a unique role in chronic health problems.
Limit children's snacks to 100 calories, health body says
Half of the sugar young children in England consume comes from unhealthy snacks and sweet drinks, figures show.
Study shows how many calories Americans add to coffee, tea
Researchers have found that people significantly increase their caloric intake by the sweeteners they add to their coffee or tea.
Cutting calories may help prevent neurodegenerative diseases
Weight loss aside, cutting calories can be good for overall health, including staving off neurodegenerative diseases, according to recent research.
Sit-stand desk users burn more calories
Here's an easy way for office workers to burn a few extra calories and avoid the perils of sitting all day: Stand and type.
Nutrition more important than checking calories
Researchers have suggested that shifting focus from calorie counting to nutritional value of foods is good for the heart and could curb the chances of obesity.
Counting calories ruins weight loss plan
Acting as a gatekeeper of calories is often considered an obvious part of managing our weight, and controlling the contents of our meals. Many of us have assumed that as long as you eat about 2,000 calories per day, it doesn’t always matter what you eat.

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