People are often unaware of liquid calories, experts warn

09/15/2011 | HealthZone.ca (Toronto)

People often are not aware of how many calories they are getting from liquids -- including coffee, energy drinks and alcohol -- which Katie Warwick, a dietitian at Toronto Western Hospital, calls a "huge problem." Liquids do not make the body feel as full as food, so people often consume the extra calories without cutting back on eating. Study data show that simply reducing beverage calories can have a significant effect on weight loss.

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