Sugary drinks

Posted: April 6, 2012 in cardio, coffee, exercise, fitness, food, Health, meals, metabolism, nutrition

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Be cautious of the types of liquids you are consuming and how much. Some of these drinks exceeds our daily max sugar intake.

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  1. Sparkle Brown says:

    Love this visual. Smart!

  2. Thanks for posting this! I can’t wait to show this to my kids.

  3. What is the first Bottle? Water?

  4. Slimvictory says:

    Great photo, and so true! And breakfast cereals are as bad. I’ve noticed, gram for gram, that the weight of some kid faves are about half sugar!

    • L-Jay Health says:

      Most people don’t even measure the amount of cereal they put in their bowls. Doubling and tripling the portion size

      • Slimvictory says:

        That’s right. 3/4 to 1 cup serving size isn’t that much – ha! I saw a weight loss reality show contestant showing how she was going to switch her kids to healthier cereal. She got them something like peanut butter favored Cheerios Okay-y-y-)! Then she had them gather around the table with their bowls as she ladeled out the new cereal. The bowls looked like they coulda held 3 cups easily!

  5. Zhen Huang says:

    Yup, water is the clear choice.

  6. suppspot says:

    Reblogged this on supplementspot and commented:
    Another great diagram of how unhealthy our beverages can be.

  7. artofdark says:

    Reblogged this on Art of Dark and commented:
    Check this out! See how much sugar and count your carbs/calories with the simple drinks you take in each day!

  8. I love this bulletin board, and I think sugary drinks are the biggest problem in North American health right now. I don’t know if you are up on the whole high-fructose corn syrup thing but if you aren’t, look into it. That stuff is like poison.

    If people drank nothing but skim milk and water, there’d probably be no “obesity epidemic” at all.

  9. Wow. Picture says a thousand words….

  10. Boomdeeadda says:

    Very clever. The Power of a Photo.

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