Cutting Edge Science

Having just one fizzy drink a day could equate to putting on almost a stone in a year, a study of teenagers suggests.

US researchers were assessing if home deliveries of ‘healthy’ drinks such as bottled water helped. (Because, after all, hardly anyone actually has a kitchen sink and cups any more)

I would quote and comment on more of it, but it’s so beyond stupid that I can’t bring myself to do so.

The idea that “scientists” need to “study” whether having 50-100 grams of corn syrup-based carbohydrate a day will actually cause weight gain — how many times do we need to spend millions to study the same damned thing over and over again?

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