Consuming a diet consisting of too many calories without burning them off can lead to being overweight or obese, which is a risk factor for diabetes. That includes calories from sugar and other caloric ingredients / foods. And when it comes to weight, all calories count, including those in our drinks.
For those who prefer to consume fewer calories from drinks, we offer a wide variety, including regular, low- and no-calorie options and a range of portion sizes so people can decide which of our drinks best suit their needs and lifestyle.
Contact your GP or other health care provider with questions or concerns about diabetes and your food and drink intake. For further information, take a look at the Diabetes UK website.
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