Resources

This campaign intends to educate and inspire action. Many of the health impacts identified here are strongly supported by research demonstrating a direct link between consumption of sugary beverages and adverse health outcomes; others are based on emerging evidence or by extrapolating from demonstrated health harms to logical downstream consequences. Comprehensive information about scientific research on this topic may be found at some of the websites listed here.

Shape Up San Francisco
www.shapeupsfcoalition.org

Summary of SF and California legislation related to sugary drinks

Choose Healthy Drinks
http://www.choosehealthydrinks.org

UCSF Sugar Science
http://www.sugarscience.org

Center for Science in the Public Interest
http://www.cspinet.org

Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity
http://www.yaleruddcenter.org

California Center for Public Health Advocacy
http://www.publichealthadvocacy.org

Kick the Can
http://www.kickthecan.info

Soda Free Summer
http://www.sodafreesummer.org
http://banpac.org/

Change Lab Solutions
http://www.changelabsolutions.org

Salud America!
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Network to Prevent Obesity Among Latino Children
http://salud-america.org/research#sugary-drinks

Harvard School of Public Health
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/sugary-drinks-fact-sheet/

Better Beverage Finder
http://www.betterbeveragefinder.org

Drink Water
http://www.wedrinkwater.org

Drink Up
http://www.youarewhatyoudrink.org

Potter the Otter
http://www.pottertheotter.com

First 5 • Sugar Bites
http://www.cutsugarydrinks.org

Fed Up
http://www.fedupmovie.com

Institute for Responsible Nutrition
http://www.responsiblefoods.org