Study: People who drink mostly water tend to have better diets

10/14/2009 | Reuters

People who get most of their daily liquids from plain water tend to eat more fiber, less sugar and fewer calorie-dense foods, a study found. The results don't mean that drinking water causes healthier diets, said the lead researcher, but they do suggest a connection and a reason to encourage people to choose water over other beverages.

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