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.
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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
One of the worst things you can do for your health is to rely on sugary drinks for an energy boost. You'll soon ‘crash', may feel depressed as result, and research has found time and again that sugary drinks simply don't hold any health benefits. In fact, just one sugary drink a day puts you at risk of developing adult-onset diabetes. Now, research has found that sugary drinks also increase your... ››› more
While consumers are looking for much healthier beverages, soda companies have jumped at the opportunity to convince consumers that fizzy drinks are the healthier alternative. Read on to discover the truth about fizzy drinks as Dr Jonathan Wright dispels the industry's biggest myths. “The idea of a healthy soft drink may sound like an oxymoron. But to soda manufacturers, it’s the hottest trend ... ››› more
Apart from a short-term energy boost, sugary drinks don't hold any health benefits. Now, there's even more reason to steer clear, as a study has found that roughly 180,000 people across the globe die each year due to sugary drinks! Here's how to wean yourself off them before it's too late...
It’s no wonder concerned parents limit their children’s intake of sugary drinks.
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