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What would you like to drink with that?” asks the server. Think twice before you answer.
Your body may not register the calories in drinks as well as it does the calories in food. So when you down sweetened iced tea or a soda before or with a meal, your body may not compensate for those sugar calories by eating or drinking less of something else that day.
Making matters worse: serving sizes for beverages are ballooning…as are Americans.