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April 2, Beverage Consumption a Bigger Factor in Weight When it comes to weight loss, what you drink may be more important than what you eat, according to researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Researchers examined the relationship between beverage consumption among adults and weight change and found that weight loss was positively associated with a reduction in liquid calorie consumption and liquid calorie intake had a stronger impact on weight than solid calorie intake.
Among sugar-sweetened beverages, a reduction of 1 serving was associated with a weight loss of 0. Of the seven types of beverages examined, sugar-sweetened beverages were the only beverages significantly associated with weight change.
Dietary intake was measured by conducting unannounced hour dietary recall interviews by telephone. Researchers divided beverages into several categories based on calorie content and nutritional composition: They found that at 37 percent sugar-sweetened beverages were the leading source of liquid calories.
Consumption of liquid calories from beverages has increased in parallel with the obesity epidemic. Earlier studies by Bloomberg School researchers project that 75 percent of U.
Researchers recommend limited liquid calorie intake among adults and to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage consumption as a means to accomplish weight loss or avoid excess weight gain. Our study supports policy recommendations and public health efforts to reduce intakes of liquid calories, particularly from sugar-sweetened beverages, in the general population.
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In this study we investigated functional weight loss mechanisms with regard to gut microbial changes and energy harvest induced by LSG and a very. “Both liquid and solid calories were associated with weight change, however, only a reduction in liquid calorie intake was shown to significantly affect weight loss during the 6-month follow up,” said Benjamin Caballero MD, PhD, senior author of the study and a professor with the Bloomberg School’s Department of International Health.
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