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Liver charity calls for one-month boycott of sugary drinks

The British Liver Trust refers to new research that finds a diet low in sugary food and drink improves fatty liver disease in children.

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The British Liver Trust is urging people to boycott sugary drinks this month to reduce the risk of fat build-up in the liver. It comes at new US research finds low sugar diets lead to significant improvement of fatty liver disease in children.


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