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We sometimes don’t think of drinks when we’re watching what we eat, but those kilojoules can add up, too. Beverages like sweet tea and lemonade often contain lots of sugar. And if you opt for mimosas, the alcohol and orange juice also sneak in extra kilojoules. Instead, ask for sparkling water or unsweetened iced tea, Wright recommends. Next, find out how to outsmart these 10 reasons you’re eating more than you realise.

Source: RD.com

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