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New release of "Lipovitan Powder for Sports"

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The "Lipovitan for Sports" series has been developing "Lipovitan Jelly for Sports" (soft drinks) and "Lipovitan Shot for Sports" (soft drinks) to help nutrition during exercise. ..

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Soft drink

Soft drinkWhat is (Seiryoinryosui)?alcoholMinute-free (less than 1% alcohol) drinkable liquid with taste and aromaDrinking waterThat is.


Notification based on the Food Sanitation Law (Showa 32 YearMay 9In the third one (413) of Atsushi Ei No. 2-3)

Lactic acid bacteria drink,milkas well as the Dairy productsexcept foralcoholBeverages containing less than 1 volume percent per minute.Therefore, non-sour drinking water, mainlyChildrenManufactured forcorkDrinking water that is easily plugged with, for exampleNickewater,MintWater, etc.),tomato juice, For the purpose of ingesting as a drink by diluting, thawing, etc. at the time of ingestion (for example, concentrated juice, frozen juice, etc.) (However,Powdered juiceexcept for. ) Is also included.

It is said that

"Food Sanitation Law Q & A Handbook" (First regulation[1]Then, "Tomato juice, concentrated juice, frozen juice,Soda water,Tansan water,ColaKind,Ginger ale,Mineral water,Soymilk,Guarana BeverageAnd so on, all beverages fall under the category of soft drinks. "

In a general sense, other than waterSoft drinkRefers to general, but usually does not include the following.

  1. MealTo be offered toSoupな ど
  2. milk
  3. Pour into the cupcoffee,Black tea,tea,cocoa

Impact on the human body, etc.

ColaSuch assoda drink,Sports DrinkIssugar,Isomerized sugar(High fructose liquid sugar, fructose glucose liquid sugar, glucose fructose liquid sugar),fructoseSome foods contain a large amount of sugar such as, and like other foods, overdose is harmful to health, and it is desirable to take an appropriate amount.In particular.100% homemade natural juicejuiceAlso contains a large amount of fructose.For this reason, it is necessary to pay attention to the intake amount, such as reducing the sugar content ingested in a normal diet or using a high-sweetness sweetener such as acesulfame potassium and sucralose in combination.

2016 year 10 month,whoBy taxing soft drinks, the consumption of soft drinks can be reduced.obesityReduced, type 2Diabetes mellitusReduce,Tooth decayAnnounced that it will be possible to reduce[2](Fat taxSee also).CaliforniaBerkeleySoda tax has been introduced, soft drink consumption has been halved, and water consumption has increased.[3].

The media and research presentations related to the main risk increase are as follows.

  1. By sudden large intakeDiabetic ketoacidosis(Common namePET bottle syndrome) May develop[4][5].
  2. In the early 2000s, women reportedCola,Fruit juice drinkIt has been reported that the higher the dose of soft drinks such as (less than 100% fruit juice), the higher the risk of developing diabetes.Ingestion of large amounts of soft drinks is rapidblood sugar-InsulinBrings an increase in concentration,Impaired glucose tolerance,Insulin resistanceIt has been pointed out that it may also lead to[6].
  3. A 2001 study at Harvard University reported that each soft drink increased the risk of obesity by a factor of 1.[7].
  4. According to the 2003 World Health Organization (WHO) announcementvinegar,Carbonic acid,citric acid,Ascorbic acidTeeth are eroded in proportion to the consumption ofAcid erosionReport to be[8].
  5. 2003Health Japan 21In the announcement, the risk of tooth decay increases if the frequency of intake of sweet drinks is high, so it is a national policy to disseminate the knowledge that sugar increases the risk of tooth decay and reduce the frequency of intake.[9]..Soft drinks high in sugar are said to be obese in the WHO / FAO 2003 reportTooth decayHas been reported to be associated with an increase in[10].
  6. According to the 2004 Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Science ResearchMedical care guidelinesAccording to, too much sugarcalciumIncrease the amount of excretion[11].
  7. According to a 2011 press articleスイス-University of ZurichBy M. Hochuli and others at the hospital, by regular use of sugar-containing sweet drinks心 臓coronary arteryIt has been reported to increase the risk of disease[12].
  8. According to a 2011 researcher Mido's report, lifestyle-related lifestyles in which sugared beverages are often taken with meals result in excessive calorie intake and cause obesity.[13].
  9. According to 2019 reportsHarvard UniversityResearchersAmericaAccording to the results of analyzing the data of about 12 men and women in Japan,sugarAs the consumption of soft drinks containingHeart diseaseIncreased risk of death from milkcancerIt turned out that the risk of colorectal cancer also increased a little[3]..There was no increase in cancer, and artificial sweeteners increased the risk of heart disease only at least 1 glasses a day[3]

Past measures

  • 1969March in JapanArtificial sweetener OfCyamateThe use of was banned.Foods using cyclamate will be collected from the market, but the collection deadline for general foods is1970Compared to February, soft drinks were accelerated to January of the same year in consideration of health effects.[14].


It is classified into the following types[15].

  • soda drink
    • Non-flavored sparkling beverage
    • Flavored sparkling beverage
      • Coke sparkling drink
      • Clear sparkling drink- RamuneWith flavors such as
      • Carbonated drinks with fruit juice-divided into two types: less than 5% fruit juice and more than 5%
      • Fruit-colored sparkling beverage
      • Carbonated drink with milk- cream sodaWait
      • Nutrition Drinksoda drink
      • Other sparkling beverages
  • Fruit drink
    • Natural juice
    • Fruit juice drink
    • Flesh drink
    • Mixed beverage with fruit juice
    • Carbonated drink with fruit juice
    • Fruit juice systemNear water
    • Ade
    • Other direct beverages-Beverages containing 1% or more and less than 10% juice other than the above
    • Diluted beverage
    • Fruit syrup --Those that do not contain fruit juice Syrup for shaved ice, syrup for cocktails, etc.
  • Coffee drink
    • Coffee-Uses 5g or more of coffee beans in terms of raw beans
    • Coffee Beverages-Uses 2.5g or more and less than 5g of coffee beans in terms of raw beans
    • Soft drinks with coffee-Uses 1g or more and less than 2.5g of coffee beans in terms of raw beans
  • Tea beverage
  • Mineral water
    • Natural water-Groundwater collected from a specific water source
    • Natural mineral water-Of the above, groundwater in which inorganic salts are dissolved
    • Mineral water-Natural mineral water is used as raw water and minerals are adjusted.
    • Bottled water-other than the above
  • Soy milk
    • Soymilk --Soybean solid content of 8% or more
    • Prepared soy milk --Soybean solid content of 6% or more
    • Soymilk drinks-Soy solids 2% or more and less than 10% juice, and others
    • Soy protein beverage-Soy protein content 1.8% or more However, juice 5% or more and less than 10% is 0.9% or more
  • Vegetable drink
    • Tomato juice-100% squeezed juice
    • Tomato mixed juice
    • Tomato juice drink-squeezed juice 50% or more and less than 100%
    • Carrot juice-100% squeezed juice
    • Carrot mixed juice
    • Vegetable juice-100% vegetable juice
    • Vegetable Juice Mixed Juice-Vegetable Juice and Juice Containing More Than Fruit Juice
    • Other vegetable beverages-Other than the above, those with a higher content of vegetable juice than fruit juice
  • Sports drink
  • Milky beverage
    • Milky beverages-straight undiluted
    • Whey dairy drink
  • Other soft drinks

Manufacturer example

There are many other companies besides the above.


  1. ^ Food Sanitation Law Q & A Handbook(First regulation)
  2. ^ WHO urges global action to curtail consumption and health impacts of sugary drinks, August 2016, 10whoAnnounced, viewed October 2016, 10
  3. ^ a b c Satomi Matsumaru "Sweetened juice, "The more you drink, the higher the risk of death" in a rice study"Newsweek Japan Edition", March 2019, 3.2019/4/6Browse.
  4. ^ Kazuhiro Otsuki, "Diabetic Ketoacidosis Coma in Young Obese People-1.5L PET Bottle Syndrome-" Diabetes 35, 368, 1992, NOT 10004924283
  5. ^ Toshihiko Ohama, Kazushi Kaneshiro, Yuri Chinen, etc.A case of soft drink ketosis caused by a large intake of canned oranges and ice cream"Diabetes" Vol. 52, No. 3, 2009 p.255-258, two:10.11213 / tonyobyo.52.255
  6. ^ About the relationship between soft drinks and the onset of diabetesAchievements to date | Multi-purpose cohort study | National Cancer Center Research Center for Cancer Prevention and Screening Prevention Research Division
  7. ^ Ludwig DS, Peterson KE, Gortmaker SL. "Relation between consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks and childhood obesity: a prospective, observational analysis." Lancet. 357 (9255), 2001 Feb 17, pp505-8. PMID 11229668
  8. ^ Report of a Joint WHO / FAO Expert Consultation Diet, Nutrition and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases 2003
  9. ^ Health Japan 21
  10. ^ Report of a Joint WHO / FAO Expert Consultation Diet, Nutrition and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases 2003
  11. ^ [Guidelines for preventing recurrence of urolithiasis, edited by the Health Science Research Group] (Minds Medical Information Service
  12. ^ Regular use of sugar-containing sweet drinks adversely affects coronary disease risk factors Nikkei Medical Online Article: May 2011, 9 Viewing: May 4, 2011
  13. ^ Naoki Mido, "Is it because the intake of sweetened beverages is low that there are few obese people in Japan?"Journal of the Japanese Society of Cooking Science" Vol. 44, No. 1, 2011 p.79-84, two:10.11402 / cookery science.44.79
  14. ^ "First of all, the malicious person will stop business from soft drinks" "Chugoku Shimbun" January 45, 1, page 15.
  15. ^ "New Edition Soft Drinks" Latest Soft Drinks Editorial Committee / Japan Soft Drink Industry Association / Japan Carbonated Beverage Inspection Association, Korin, Tokyo, 2003.ISBN 4-7712-0022-X.2010/10/14Browse.

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