Americans are making better beverage choices according to an analysis of data (2003-2014) from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). Both adults and children are drinking significantly less sugar-sweetened beverages, which include soda, fruit drinks, fruit punches, and low-calorie drinks. Water intake increased significantly between 2005 and 2014 for ages 2 through 60.
LifeTip: Keep up this healthier trend: drink even more water and fewer sugar-sweetened beverages! Watch “Life Starts Here” with Dr. David DeRose for more recommendations.
Adapted from PositiveChoices.com