Soda: Public Health Enemy No. 1?


two-glasses-of-sodaIt’s a well-known adage: Drinking too much soda is bad for you. ┬áBut just how bad is excessive soda consumption for your body?

The unanimous answer from experts: “Very.” And regular soda isn’t the only culprit. Even diet drinks, which utilize artificial sweeteners in place of sugar, could still negatively impact an individual’s health.

High rates of soda consumption have been linked with numerous health problems, including weight gain, poor dental health, diabetes and cardiovascular disease – which can ultimately lead to heart attacks, stroke and premature death.

To help better understand the risks of drinking too much soda, doctors from Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City and UH Case Medical Centers in Cleveland, Ohio detailed exactly how the body responds to sugary, sweetened beverages, as well as how you can cut soda from your diet without eliminating it completely.

Read the full report at Fox News.

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  1. this is like the ice cream and drowning correlation….its not the soda as much as lifestyle choices people who drink soda probably dont make the best choices about other things