Mexican cohort study predates but predicts the type of body composition changes expected from the mexican sugar-sweetened beverage tax

Important lessons can be learned from studies of the Mexican sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax and related studies on the health effects of the tax. The Mexican government instituted a nationwide one peso per liter excise tax on SSBs that was effective on January 1, 2014. The tax applies to all nonalcoholic beverages with added sugar and represents an approximate 10% increase in prices. The Mexican SSB tax rate is less than the 20% rate in...
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