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29 Sep

Studies released last week reveal what might be the strongest evidence yet of the link between sugar-sweetened beverages and the obesity epidemic in the U.S. Doctors are claiming they know of no other category of food whose elimination leads to weight loss in such a short period of time. 


With reports projecting at least 44 percent of U.S. adults could be obese by 2030, I thought you might be interested in sharing some sugar-free soda alternatives with your readers. I’ve included a few suggestions below:


  • Go sugar and calorie free with your beverage option with ACTIVATE’s line of drinks. Naturally sweetened with stevia, the drinks are also packed with a daily dose of vitamins that are released with a simple twist of the cap and come in flavors like exotic berry, lemon lime and blueberry pomegranate.
  • For a fizzy option with a sugar-free hint of sweet, try flavored seltzer or sparkling club soda in flavors like pomegranate cherry or mandarin orange
  • Brew up a batch of your favorite tea and put it over ice for a refreshing, sugar-free solution. Go with an option like hibiscus or honey lemon ginseng for an added boost of flavor, and plus a bonus – many teas are loaded with good-for-you antioxidants.

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