The debate on whether the calories that
people with or without diabetes drink help to make us feel full isn't
over. But the evidence that they don't is mounting.
My preliminary article, "Drinking Calories," appeared here last September. At that time I reported on the finding of obesity researcher Barbara Rolls. “Calorie intake increased significantly when people drank a beverage containing 150 calories with lunch, compared to when they had a calorie-free beverage.”
Now researchers are...