Gavin Partington, director general of the British Soft Drinks Association, said soft drinks were not to blame for obesity.

Nice try Gavin.

Sugar-sweetened drinks, when taken regularly, have been shown to increase the risk of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.
A typical sugary drink can contain six to 15 teaspoons of sugar. One teaspoon of sugar is equivalent to 4g of sugar or 16 calories.

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