Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Softdrinks links to Obesity

Kick the can surrender your straws, drinking one or more soft drinks (diet or regular) per day increases the risk of obesity. Researchers surveyed 6,000 people about their pop consumption over 4 years, they found that drinking one or more 12 ounce servings of soda (of any kind) per day increased subjects risk of obesity by 31 percent. The sweeteners in both diet and regular may spark a taste for additional sweets. Plus both dark and light colored drinks contain high levels of caramel, which can create insulin resistance a condition that increases the risk of obesity.
Stick with water its our only choice!

Here a stumbled a health video about the effects of drinking soft drinks on our health


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