There is enough science out there to justify advising people to try to kick the habit of consuming sugar-sweetened drinks on a regular basis.

There does not exist much supporting evidence that a can of fizzy drink or an energised sports tonic or significant quantities of sweetened fruit juice consumed on a regular basis will be doing you much good.

The balance of this argument is currently firmly in the hands of those who advocate replacing soft drinks with water.

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