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Healthy Lifestyle – Choose Your Path

Healthy Lifestyle – Choose Your Path

A 600 ml bottle of regular soft drink contains about 16 teaspoons of sugar.

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A 600 ml bottle of a sports drink contains about 11 teaspoons of sugar.

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A 250 ml bottle of an energy drink contains about 7 teaspoons of sugar.

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If you drink a 600 ml bottle of orange fruit drink every day for a year you will consume 23 kilos of sugar.

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One serving of fish and chips contains 17 teaspoons of fat.

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Two takeaway meals a week – 13 kg weight gain in one year.

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Two takeaway meals a week – 13 kg weight gain in one year.

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Two chocolate biscuits contain 4 teaspoons of sugar.

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One scoop of regular ice cream contains 3 teaspoons of sugar.

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Consumption of more than 6 teaspoons of sugar per day leads to various kinds of diseases: diabetes, obesity, liver failure, kidney disease, high blood pressure, heart disease and cognitive decline.

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Drinking soft drink (sugary and diet) regularly can contribute to the erosion of tooth enamel surfaces which then leads to tooth decay.

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When lots of sugary drinks are consumed on a regular basis, the body can’t use all the sugar and turns it into fat.

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High blood sugar levels and increased weight gain can place strain on key organs such as the heart and kidneys.

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