Drinking soft drinks twice a week increases the risk of diabetes and heart disease
A recent study has sounded the alarm, warning that more than two bottles of softened soft drinks per week will increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, while one pack raises the risk of high blood pressure.

The 12-ounce cola pack contains 39 grams of sugar, 14 grams more than the average daily per capita consumption of sugars, and the consumption of sugary drinks is rising steadily among all age groups around the world, the researchers at New York University said.

This is due to the role that high sugar levels play in increasing the risk of metabolic syndrome in a range of health problems, including heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

In the study, researchers found that people who drank 10-week sugary drinks decreased, including 17% of the body's insulin sensitivity. There is also evidence that drinking soda is often associated with high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease

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