A guide to choose well what you should drink.
What we drink is as important as what we eat, or maybe more. We can survive for weeks without eating, but without drinking, we will die in a matter of days.
Despite the growing selection of beverages in the supermarket aisle or in advertisements, there are fewer and fewer recommendations about what we drink, and they are uninformative, or false, showing the fingerprints of the lobbies and companies that sell juices, “soft drinks,” “energy drinks,” “sports drinks,” alcoholic beverages, and so on. All it takes is a glance atsome food pyramids that have a glass of wine or a bottle of beer next to them with the fantasy recommendation of “moderate consumption.”
There is more and more scientific evidence that shows that almost half of adults exceed recommended sugar intake because of the liquids they drink, and that this consumption is unequivocally related to the current epidemic of obesity and overweightness.
The first guide to orient us in the even wider and more complicated selection of beverages at the supermarket.