Children consuming increased amounts of fruit-flavored beverages and carbonated soft drinks. (News Briefs).
"Our research found that at around age seven, children's consumption of 100% real juice flat-lines, while intake of fruit-flavored beverages increases," said the research group leader, Gail Rampersaud. "By the time children turn 13 years old, they are drinking nearly four times more carbonated soft drinks than 100% juice."
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|Comment:||Children consuming increased amounts of fruit-flavored beverages and carbonated soft drinks. (News Briefs).(research shows)|
|Publication:||Food & Drink Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jan 27, 2003|
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