Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Ontario Airport 222 North Vineyard Avenue
Ontario, CA 91764
(909) 937-0900 ABSTRACT DEADLINE: June 9, 2012
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Dear CSU Supporter:
The legislature has until June 15th to write a final budget. We are asking you to tell your local representatives to change direction for our future and stop cutting the CSU. Making your voice heard is critical for the state's decision makers to commit to improving higher education.
Soda: A can of soda typically contains the equivalent of 9 to 11 teaspoons of sugar and 140 to 165 calories. Even diet sodas have been found to increase your risk of metabolic syndrome.
Sparkling water: Enjoy thirst-quenching fizz without the sugar. If you crave a little more flavor, add a splash of juice or a few slices of fruit.
Specialty coffee drinks: Lattes, mochas, and even smoothies are loaded with calories — some have up to 400 calories.
Black coffee or tea: Keep it simple and low cal with a cup of joe (only 5 calories) or green tea (loaded with good-for-you antioxidants).
Juice: Don’t be fooled into thinking that fruit juices are better for you than soda. Orange juice actually has more calories and sugar, ounce for ounce, than some sodas.
Fruit-infused water: These products offer tasty flavor without unwanted calories or sugar.