by Elizabeth Renter, Natural Society:
When you are thirsty, nothing can come close to satisfying the desert in your mouth like water. But for millions, water is a secondary choice, behind things like soda, coffee, fruit juice, and juice-like products. Well, a new study published in the journal Nutrition once again calls those drinkers to task—pointing out that juice contains as much if not more sugar than soda, suggesting that neither are healthful options.
According to the research, fruit juice has an average concentration of 45.5 grams of fructose per liter of beverage. Sodas have only slightly more, at 50 grams per liter. But even then, there are some juices that carry more than the average soda.
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