Targeting Overconsumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages vs. Overall Poor Diet Quality for Cardiometabolic Diseases Risk Prevention: Place Your Bets!

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metabolic syndrome 9506 documented the association between SSB consumption and the risk of cardiometabolic diseases such as obesity, metabolic syndrome , T2D, and CVD. This literature has recently been extensively reviewed by Malik and Hu [[16]]. In 2013,
metabolic syndrome 10459 gain, the same group also published evidence that SSBs overconsumption is linked with the onset of the metabolic syndrome (a constellation of CVD and T2D risk factors associated with abdominal obesity and insulin resistance)
metabolic syndrome 10920 of developing T2D of 1.26 (95% confidence interval, 1.12–1.41). The analysis on the incidence of metabolic syndrome included 19,431 participants and 5803 incident cases of metabolic syndrome from three cohorts. Compared
metabolic syndrome 10995 analysis on the incidence of metabolic syndrome included 19,431 participants and 5803 incident cases of metabolic syndrome from three cohorts. Compared to individuals in the lowest SSB consumption quintile, those in the top
metabolic syndrome 11185 consumption quintile, those in the top quintile had a multivariable adjusted relative risk of developing the metabolic syndrome of 1.20 (95% confidence interval, 1.02–1.42). Shortly after, investigators of the PREDIMED trial reported
metabolic syndrome 11478 (≥5 servings per week vs. 0 servings per week) was positively associated with the incidence of the metabolic syndrome after multivariable adjustment (hazard ratio = 1.43 (95% confidence interval, 1.00–2.15)) while a
metabolic syndrome 34778 with a broad range of cardiometabolic diseases such as abdominal obesity, hepatic fat accumulation, metabolic syndrome , T2D, and CVD. Although individuals who consume small quantities or no SSBs at all have a better prognosis
obesity 963 sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) is amongst the dietary factors most consistently found to be associated with obesity , type 2 diabetes (T2D) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in large epidemiological studies. Intervention
obesity 1149 epidemiological studies. Intervention studies have shown that SSB overconsumption increases intra-abdominal obesity and ectopic lipid deposition in the liver, and also exacerbates cardiometabolic risk. Similar to the
obesity 1272 lipid deposition in the liver, and also exacerbates cardiometabolic risk. Similar to the prevalence of obesity and T2D, national surveys of food consumption have shown that chronic overconsumption of SSBs is skyrocketing
obesity 1608 worrisome among children and adolescents. Although the relationships between SSB overconsumption and obesity , T2D, and CVD are rather consistent in epidemiological studies, it has also been shown that SSB overconsumption
obesity 2370 unprecedented public health challenges that we are currently facing.1. IntroductionThe epidemics of obesity , type 2 diabetes (T2D), and cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are affecting most if not all developed countries
obesity 2540 affecting most if not all developed countries around the world. While the prevalence of overweight, obesity , and T2D remain high in North America and Western Europe, obesity rates and T2D rates are increasing
obesity 2606 While the prevalence of overweight, obesity, and T2D remain high in North America and Western Europe, obesity rates and T2D rates are increasing at a stunning pace in developing countries [[1],[2]]. For instance,
obesity 3016 2004 [[3]]. Added sugar is one of the most consistent dietary features found to be associated with obesity , T2D, and CVD rates in large epidemiological studies [[4],[5],[6],[7]]. In some countries such as the
obesity 3409 proportions, and the rise in the prevalence of cardiometabolic risk factors in children such as abdominal obesity and insulin resistance has increased in parallel. SSBs typically include carbonated soft drinks, juice
obesity 3878 year could be attributed to the chronic overconsumption of SSBs [[9]]. Similar to the prevalence of obesity and T2D, studies analysing national surveys of food consumption have shown that the chronic overconsumption
obesity 4163 marked heterogeneity across countries [[10]].Although the relationship between SSB overconsumption and obesity and T2D is quite consistent, whether this association reflects a causal link has been debated as some
obesity 9497 documented the association between SSB consumption and the risk of cardiometabolic diseases such as obesity , metabolic syndrome, T2D, and CVD. This literature has recently been extensively reviewed by Malik and
obesity 10549 onset of the metabolic syndrome (a constellation of CVD and T2D risk factors associated with abdominal obesity and insulin resistance) and T2D [[7]]. This meta-analysis included 310,819 participants and 15,043 cases
obesity 15264 suggest that individuals in the top quartiles or quintiles of SSB consumption are at elevated risk of obesity , T2D, or CVD, while individuals in other groups may not have been at increased risk, thereby highlighting
obesity 22807 Australia between 1995 and 2011–2012 using four independent datasets without significant declines in obesity rates. Figure 1 presents a schematic representation of the correlates of SSB consumption, confounding
obesity 25041 countries. Considering the uncertainties with regard to the potential independent impact of SSBs on obesity levels, this observation suggests that consumers are probably more aware of the detrimental effects
obesity 25343 alternatives). Under the hypothesis that SSB consumption is a strong and independent determinant of obesity , such a massive reduction in SSB sales observed at nation-wide levels should be associated with decreases
obesity 25471 reduction in SSB sales observed at nation-wide levels should be associated with decreases in overweight/ obesity . However, the prevalence of overweight/obesity has not decreased over the same period; rather it has
obesity 25518 levels should be associated with decreases in overweight/obesity. However, the prevalence of overweight/ obesity has not decreased over the same period; rather it has increased significantly.To further illustrate
obesity 25859 energy drinks, and sports drinks) between 2002 and 2014 together with the prevalence of overweight/ obesity in selected countries across most continents (from the World Health Organisation). Our results, presented
obesity 26798 improve overall nutritional quality may not lead to lasting changes in the prevalence of overweight/ obesity .As previously stated, SSB consumption is strongly associated with many confounding factors such as a
obesity 27627 six-month intervention aiming at decreasing SSB consumption in a sample of adults with a high prevalence of obesity was not linked with improvements in other components of the diet (except vegetables consumption, which
obesity 28664 Sugar-Sweetened Beverage IntakeAlthough decreases in SSB consumption may not correlate with reductions in obesity rates at the national level, several studies have shown in intervention trials that decreasing SSB consumption
obesity 34587 unlikely that putting the focus on one macronutrient (sugar) or one food item (SSBs) will solve the obesity and T2D epidemics. Nevertheless, the chronic overconsumption of SSBs is associated with a broad range
obesity 34743 overconsumption of SSBs is associated with a broad range of cardiometabolic diseases such as abdominal obesity , hepatic fat accumulation, metabolic syndrome, T2D, and CVD. Although individuals who consume small

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