Tag Archives: Consumption

Moderate Alcohol Consumption And Breast Cancer (STUDY)

Researchers have used prospectively obtained data from 105,986 women in a comprehensive study to evaluate the moderate consumption of alcohol and breast cancer risk association.[1] A large amount of observational research has revealed that women who consume alcohol have an increased risk of breast cancer. The relation appears to be generally stronger for those women… Read More »

Blueberry Consumption Can Help Prevent High Blood Pressure

According to research, blueberry consumption can help prevent high blood pressure. High blood pressure is one of the main cardiovascular diseases in the world. Hypertension contributes to stroke and heart disease and is costing over $ 300 billion every year. About 25 % of the adult population is affected worldwide, which includes 10 million individuals… Read More »

Caffeinated Energy Drinks Double The Consumption Of Alcohol

In a study looking into drinking patterns when there was a combination of caffeinated energy drinks and alcohol , researchers established that energy drinks pretty much doubled the quantity of alcohol that individuals drank.[1] Therefore if they consumed an average of 4 drinks when they were not combining energy drinks, they would consume approximately 8… Read More »

Beverage Consumption Among Youth in the United States, 2013-2016

On This Page NCHS Data Brief No. 320, September 2018 PDF Version (357 KB) Kirsten A. Herrick, Ph.D., M.Sc., Ana L. Terry, M.S., R.D., and Joseph Afful, M.S. Key findings Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey In 2013–2016, water accounted for 43.7% of total beverage consumption among U.S. youth, followed by milk… Read More »