Weight-loss claims of coca-cola drink dismissed

NEW YORK -- Health experts have dismissed claims that a new green tea-based drink would help people lose weight by speeding up the drinker's metabolic rate, thus burning more calories.
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Coca-Cola Co. unveiled plans last Thursday to start selling Enviga, a sparkling, caffeinated soft drink, stating that consuming three 12-ounce cans over 24 hours could burn off between 60 to 100 calories.