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In a 3-arm randomized controlled trial, 36 participants consumed one of three beverages for three weeks: water (W), caffeine-free soda (S), or 100% fruit juice (FJ). Participants consumed two servings/day (~710mL) of their randomized beverage for three weeks, along with their habitual diets. At baseline and following the 3-week intervention, participants completed glucose control, cardiovascular disease risk factor, and pulmonary function assessments.
Sugary beverage: Fruit juice, Sugary beverage: Soda, Control: Water
Lafene Health Center
Kansas State University
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-11T10:03:38-0400
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