The commentary over New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban of large sugary beverages in restaurants is still largely divided. Some say cutting back on the empty calories is a smart move, while others think the plan doesn't go far enough and still others cry foul when the government aims to control what they eat and drink.

The New York City Board of Health, however, showed unanimous support Tuesday for the ban when it voted to begin a six-week public comment period, the AP reported.

The ban would apply to drinks larger than 16 ounces, hitting back hard at some of those all-too-common, outrageously large portion sizes -- but even smaller portions can carry hefty calorie counts.

Cola always seems to be the face of this sugary beverage enemy, but Coke and Pepsi are only the beginning. A 12-ounce can of Coca Cola clocks in at 140 calories, and the same size Pepsi has 150. But a can or bottle of these 11 sugary drinks has even more. Click through the slideshow below, and tell us in the comments what else should be added to the list.

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  • Arizona Raspberry Iced Tea

    These recognizable-anywhere cans are bad news: They contain 23.5 ounces, nearly three times the suggested serving size for the tea inside. With <a href="http://arizona-international.com/Nutrition/RaspberryBlackTea.html" target="_hplink">90 calories per 8 ounces</a>, finishing an entire can adds up to almost 270. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Arizona-Raspberry-Tea-23-Ounces-Pack/dp/B002XUTM2W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339622682&sr=8-1&keywords=arizona+raspberry+tea" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Starbucks Bottled Mocha Frappuccino

    The 9.5-ounce Starbucks to go contains <a href="http://www.frappuccino.com/en-us/products/bottled-frappuccino" target="_hplink">180 calories</a>. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Starbucks-Coffee-Frappuccino-Drink-Bottles-/dp/B0018AIZKS/ref=sr_1_2?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1339622594&sr=1-2&keywords=Starbucks+Coffee+Frappuccino+Coffee+Drink+Mocha" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Jamba Juice Smoothies

    Granted, Jamba Juice All Fruit smoothies are made with much better-for-you ingredients than a can of cola. However, it's still easy to mindlessly sip your calories when a 16-ounce size clocks in <a href="http://www.jambajuice.com/component/nutfacts/type/27" target="_hplink">at least 210 calories</a>. <br><br> <em>Flickr photo by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/libookperson/3304334400/" target="_hplink">libookperson</a></em>

  • Minute Maid Lemonade

    A 12-ounce can of the summer favorite clocks in at <a href="http://productnutrition.thecoca-colacompany.com/products/minute-maid-lemonade?packagingId=12708" target="_hplink">150 calories</a>, more than a can of Coke and the same as a can of Pepsi. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Minute-Maid-Lemonade-Can-Pack/dp/B002U5E34C/ref=sr_1_1?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1339627152&sr=1-1&keywords=minute+maid+lemonade" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Snapple Apple Fruit Drink

    There are <a href="http://www.snapple.com/#/products/Snapple Apple" target="_hplink">100 calories in every 8 ounces</a> of this fruity pick, but the bottle is deceiving, since it packs 16 ounces. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Snapple-Fruit-Drink-Apple-Juice/dp/B000YINEYW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1339622396&sr=8-2&keywords=snapple+apple" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Sunkist Orange Soda

    There are <a href="http://www.sunkistsoda.com/product.php" target="_hplink">170 calories per 12-ounce can</a> of this sweet drink. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Sunkist-Orange-Soda-oz-cans/dp/B0025WCOLO/ref=sr_1_4?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1339622497&sr=1-4&keywords=sunkist+orange+soda" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Dr. Pepper

    A 12-ounce can clocks in at <a href="http://www.drpepper.com/text/products/drpepper/nutrition/" target="_hplink">150 calories</a>, more than a can of Coke and the same as a can of Pepsi. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Dr-Pepper-12-Ounce-Cans-Pack/dp/B004JX5NGA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1339622642&sr=8-3&keywords=dr+pepper" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Dunkin' Donuts Strawberry Coolatta

    Even the small size of this frozen concoction from the coffee chain is a diet danger, with <a href="http://www.dunkindonuts.com/content/dunkindonuts/en/menu/coolatta/strawberrycoolatta.html?DRP_DAIRY=None&DRP_SWEET=None&DRP_SIZE=Small&DRP_BLEND=Strawberry Fruit Coolatta&DRP_FLAVOR=None" target="_hplink">230 calories in 16 ounces</a>. <br><br> <em>Flickr photo by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/rene-germany/20328212/" target="_hplink">ReneS</a></em>

  • Monster Energy Drink

    There are only 100 calories in 8 ounces of this pick-me-up, but who only drinks half a can? The whole thing will set you back <a href="http://www.monsterenergy.com/us/en/products/monster-energy/" target="_hplink">200 calories</a>. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Monster-Energy-Drink-16-Ounce-Cans/dp/B006IMBHVU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1339622699&sr=8-2&keywords=monster+energy+drink" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Nesquik Lowfat Chocolate Milk

    An 8-ounce bottle of this sweet sip adds up to <a href="http://www.nesquik.com/adults/products/nesquikreadytodrink/chocolate.aspx#" target="_hplink">170 calories</a>. Beware of larger sizes that encourage bigger portions. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Nestle-Nesquik-Chocolate-Lowfat-Milk/dp/B004054PUM/ref=sr_1_3?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1339622746&sr=1-3&keywords=nesquik+chocolate+milk+lowfat" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

  • Barq's Root Beer

    Each 12-ounce can contains <a href="http://productnutrition.thecoca-colacompany.com/products/barq-s-root-beer?packagingId=6987" target="_hplink">160 calories</a>. <br><br> <em>Photo from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Barqs-Root-Beer-Can-Pack/dp/B0053QF9JI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339622424&sr=8-1&keywords=barq+root+beer" target="_hplink">Amazon.com</a></em>

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