Drinking Sugary Drinks Including Fruit Juice Increases Risk Of Cancer

Drinking carbonated beverages such as fruit juice could increase your risk of getting cancer.

The Effect of the sugar on key organs and the associated increase in blood sugar levels are believed to be one of the probable factors.

Additives in some soft drinks could also play a role.

The French Institute of Health Research finds healthy adults with a mean age of 42 about their own diets.

They evaluated the associations between ingestion of alcoholic drinks, fruit juices and diet beverages.

Drinking sugary juice compared to the typical per day has been linked to an  greater risk of overall cancer and a higher risk of prostate cancer.

Limiting carbonated beverage intake might contribute to a decrease in cancer cases.

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