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National Institutes of Health: “How Sugars and Sweeteners Affect Your Health,” “Total N-nitroso compounds and their precursors in hot dogs and in the gastrointestinal tract and feces of rats and mice: possible etiologic agents for colon cancer,” “Processed meat 'causes cancer' warns WHO report,” “Effects of Soft Drink Consumption on Nutrition and Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis,” “Diet Beverages and Body Weight.”
USDA Nutritional Data.
Harvard Health Publications: “Is there a link between diet soda and heart disease?”
Harvard School of Public Health: The Nutrition Source, “Ask the Expert: Healthy Fats,” “Higher risk of heart disease, diabetes from eating processed meats,” “Ask the Expert: Concerns about canola oil.”
Virginia Tech: Family Nutrition Program.
Cleveland Clinic: “Dehydrated? These 7 Foods Will Satisfy Your Thirst and Hunger.”
The World’s Healthiest Foods: “Cucumbers.”
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