Sugary drinks associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases

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Researchers also looked at the association between drinking artificially sweetened beverages (ASBs) and risk of early death. Individuals in America may have diminished their reliance on sugary beverages, yet it is still considered one of the single biggest wellsprings of included sugar in the US diet and their utilization is on the ascent around the globe.

The more SSBs a person drank, the more risks of early death from any cause increased, according to the study. Those who drank one to two SSBs per day were 14 percent more likely to die during the study period compared with those who drank less than one SSB per month. However, women who drank more than four diet beverages per day died at a higher rate than other groups, particularly from heart disease. Higher consumption of sugared drinks increases the chances of cardiovascular diseases.

Drinking soda, sports drinks and other sugary beverages increases the risk of dying from heart disease and some types of cancers, according to new research. The study probed that question too: it found that substituting one sugary drink per day with one artificially sweetened drink was linked to a slightly slower risk of death, but that very high levels of artificially sweetened drinks aren't good for you either.

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Consuming fewer sugary drinks has been linked to a decreased risk of death in women, researchers have said. We don't think anyone should overconsume sugar, that's why we're working to reduce the sugar people consume from beverages across the country.

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"Diet soda may be used to help frequent consumers of sugary drinks cut back their consumption, but water is the best and healthiest choice", she said in the press release. "It may have been women that were overweight or obese were trying to switch to artificially sweetened beverages and they were already at high risk". It is commonly known that sugary drinks contains a lot of sugar.

"And also the strong evidence that drinking SSBs increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, itself a major risk factor for premature death", said Walter Willett, professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition at Harvard.

"In these two large prospective cohorts of USA men and women, we found a positive graded association with dose between intake of SSBs and risk of mortality after adjusting for diet and lifestyle factors", the researchers concluded.

Artificially sweetened beverages could be used to replace sugary drinks, but high consumption of the artificially sweetened drinks should also be discouraged, the research team says.