Attempts to Rewrite The Story Of Denmark’s “Fat Tax” Fall Short

August 12, 2015

Many people argue that when it comes to taxing sugar-sweetened beverages, the potential benefits outweigh the costs. This is not the case. The reality…

Dietary Guidance Should Be Based On Science Says Nutrition Expert

August 10, 2015

There has been a lot of controversy, debate and confusion over the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs). These guidelines were created to provide Americans…

Helping Consumers Make Informed Choices

August 7, 2015

America’s leading beverage companies have a long history of working together to provide the information that consumers need to make informed choices…

Special Olympians Train, Compete and Inspire

August 6, 2015

Throughout the last week of July spectators from around the world were entertained and inspired by Special Olympics athletes at the 2015 World Games in…

How Are You Balancing?

August 4, 2015

During the summer, it’s easier to be active and get energized by the fantastic weather and the great atmosphere created by friends and family. But as…

Overconsumption Of Anything (Even Water) Can Be Risky

August 3, 2015

Some recent articles have cautioned that people should be careful not to drink too much water when exercising. Drinking excessive water can cause a condition…

The Fat Debate

July 31, 2015

Ever since the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) dropped its decades-long warning on fat consumption, there has been an ongoing debate…

Looking For A Way To Cut Calories?

July 30, 2015

New studies on low- and no-calorie sweeteners, and foods and beverages that contain them, seem to be published all the time. And they are often reported…

Calories Down, Without Government Regulation

July 28, 2015

There’s good news on the obesity front. The New York Times reports that after decades of sharp increases in obesity, Americans’ eating habits have…

Taking A Closer Look At Recent Studies On Diabetes

July 23, 2015

Despite what you may read in frequent stories that come out in the media, sugar-sweetened beverages are not a unique driver of public health concerns such…