Americans are drinking less soda. According to a new study, about half of American adults now drink sugary beverages on any given day – down from 61.5% in 2003. That’s good news for Americans’ health. But it’s not enough to stop our worsening obesity epidemic.
Per capita sugar consumption has been steadily falling since 1999. Yet, obesity rates continue to climb. Last month, the CDC reported that obesity among adults in the United States reached an all-time high of 39.8% in 2016.
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