If you thought you have to guzzle down five cans of fizzy drinks a day to do damage to your health, think again! According to a surprising study that was presented at Kidney Week 2013, it only takes two cans a day to do a number on your kidney function…
The researchers behind the study also found that fizzy drinks can boost your risk of cardiovascular disease and even mortality. Needless to s... ››› more
You already know that sugar-sweetened beverages are bad for your health. But now, new research shows that they can actually be deadly. Scary stuff!
The new study, conducted by Tufts University researchers, outlines that sugar-sweetened beverages like iced teas, fruit drinks, sport or energy drinks and soft drinks cause 184 000 deaths worldwide every year.
According to the study, approximatel... ››› more
I know that many of you are guilty of drinking more fizzy drink than water each day (or not water at all)…
With people all over the world consuming large amounts of soft drinks each year, it becomes important to evaluate how soft drinks can influence your health.
With a little research, it becomes clear that even moderate consumption of soda can be dangerous.
Five health conditions mode... ››› more
The ingredients in your favourite fizzy drinks can literally cause your bones to melt away in your body. Rather use these tips to make your own fizzy drinks at home. You can still enjoy your guilty pleasure without putting the health of your bones at risk! Read on to find out how to maintain strong bones despite your love of fizzy drinks…
There are two ingredients in your fizzy drinks that ro... ››› more
According to studies, drinking too many fizzy drinks or too much fruit juice will increase your risk of developing gout.
The reason? The fructose in these drinks increases your uric acid levels. And when uric acid levels in the body get too high, the acid hardens into sharp crystals deposited in your joints. The connection between fructose, uric acid and gout revealed
Studies proved women ... ››› more
Urgent health warning for women: If you love sugary, fizzy drinks, watch out. A new study has revealed that they increase your risk of developing endometrial cancer after menopause by 78%. Here's why…
Doctors may call it a variety of things, womb cancer, uterine cancer or endometrial cancer – but one thing remains certain – with one in 37 women getting it in her lifetime, lowering your ri... ››› more
If you love fizzy cool drinks, listen up! A new study shows that fizzy, sugary drinks can speed up bone damage suffered in arthritis patients - especially if you experience joint pain in your knees. Here's what the findings mean for you…
Fizzy drinks are bad for you!
Not only are they behind higher risks of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, to mention just a few common health problems,... ››› more
According to Nutrition & Healing, drinking carbonated beverages is fast becoming known as an unacknowledged ‘drinking problem.' And if you don't take this drinking problem seriously, it might just cause you oesophageal cancer. Read on to discover the link between fizzy drinks and oesophageal cancer. A group of doctors in India who specialise in digestive disorders delivered a disturbing report a... ››› more
If you think artificial sweeteners are the only dangerous chemicals in fizzy drinks, you're wrong. Read on to discover which other ingredient makes fizzy drinks the most destructive blend of chemicals being sold for consumption today. If fizzy drinks are your drink of choice, there’s bad news for you.
Sugar and aspartame (the sweetener used in most diet drinks) are only the beginning when it ... ››› more
If you're one of those people who like a diet cold drink on the side to go along with your meals, you may want to reconsider. A recent study has found that people who drink diet cold drinks regularly could find a heart attack or stroke at the bottom of their next bottle or can, warns FSP Health. But it doesn't end there, there are common ingredients found in fizzy drinks that you should watch out ... ››› more
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