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Rethink sugary drinks

The Dietary Guidelines for Australians recommend consuming only moderate amounts of sugars and foods containing sugars. The recommendations suggest limiting our intake of soft drinks, cordials and juice drinks, warning that just 250ml of soft drink may contain up to 30g of added sugar. However, despite the health risks associated with sugary drinks, their popularity remains high. Australia is in the top ten countries for per capita consumption of soft drink. In 2012, the campaign Rethink Sugary Drinks, found that Australians bought 1.28 billion litres of carbonated or still drinks with sugar. Sugar-sweetened drinks are considered a key contributor to rising obesity rates in Australia. Wh

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