- The World Health Organisation estimated that are linked to cardiometabolic conditions, so, maybe it’s time to look at our sweet habits…
- A has found that consuming just two sugary beverages a week increases the chance of developing .
- And, it was found that drinking just one sugary beverage a day can contribute to !
It’s time to love your heart – and a recent review says a good way to start is by ditching the sugary drinks.
, published in the , found that regularly drinking sugar-sweetened beverages (such as soda and juice) contributes to the development of .
Worse still, researchers discovered that consuming just two sugar-sweetened beverages a week ultimately raises the risk of developing . Gulp.
Interestingly, when experts examined the included in the review, they highlighted how is particularly detrimental to heart health, which is what we’ve been saying for years!
“The findings demonstrate there is a clear need for public education about the harmful effects of excess consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages,” says We couldn’t agree more.
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