Sugar-Free Sodas Linked To A Higher Risk Of Death In Study Of 452,000 People


Here’s some less-than refreshing news about soda: even sugar-free versions were associated with a higher risk of death in a study of 452,000 people in 10 countries.

The study, published Tuesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that people who drank two or more glasses of soft drinks per day were more likely to die from all types of ailments, compared with people who drank less than one glass per month.

“Results of this study appear to support ongoing public-health measures to reduce the consumption of soft drinks,” the researchers concluded.

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  1. I observe these dummies ordering 2-3 slices of pizza and then they order a diet soda, as if that’s going to counter balance all the calories, fat, & bad cholesterol they just consumed with the pizza.

  2. There is hope. Just drink tea.

    Cola is so bad. Synthetic drips of bad chemistry.

    If they tell you have a coke and a smile, I will tell you it will only be in the youth. Act now before dentures.


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