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Study Finds One Type Of Drink Is Linked To Higher Risk Of Death

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Sugary drinks could be more dangerous for your health than sweet snacks. Researchers studied the death records of more than 17,000 American adults and found a link between drinking sweet beverages and dying early. The same deadly link wasn't found in sugary foods. This research suggests there's something extra potent about drinking your sugar. Drinking a lot of sugary coffee, tea, soda, or juice could be increasing your risk of an early death. The results suggested that the more sugar a person drinks, the greater their chance of death.

Added on the 23/03/2018 12:45:01 - Copyright : Wochit

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