Journal examines beverage, health trends

05/28/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The journal Physiology & Behavior recently published an entire issue on beverages and health, including a study on dairy consumption and energy and one on alcohol, appetite and weight. Researchers on a study on patterns of beverage consumption found a shift to increased levels of sugar-sweetened beverages and alcohol, increased juice intake, and limited amounts of reduced-fat milk and continued consumption of whole milk.

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