Doctors who have called on the Government to introduce a 20% tax on sugary drinks say 16 to 29-year-olds consume the most sugary drinks - an average of 300ml per day, compared to 60ml among those aged over 50.
Younger adults and children consume much greater quantities of sugary drinks.
This is a concern for their health, not only in terms of diabetes and obesity, but also tooth decay.
Our work suggests that a sugary drinks tax would have a much greater impact in terms of reducing obesity in younger adults.
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