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A common habit that makes people vulnerable to life-threatening diseases like heart attacks and strokes.

The Habit of Drinking Sugary Beverages or Soft Drinks Increases the Risk of Heart and Artery Diseases Including Stroke, and Provides Less Protection Against Physical Activities.

This Fact Emerged in a Medical Study Conducted in the United States.

A study by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health revealed that sugary beverages contain a significant amount of sugar.

According to Research, Excessive Sugar Consumption Increases the Risk of Heart-related Diseases.

The Study Included Over One Hundred Thousand Individuals Whose Health Was Evaluated for 30 Years.

The Results Showed That Consuming Sweetened Drinks Twice a Week Significantly Increases the Risk of Heart-Related Diseases Including Stroke and Heart Attack.

In fact, Even Regular Individuals Who Exercise Moderately for 150 Minutes Every Week Face a Significant Increase in This Risk.

According to Researchers, Engaging in Physical Activities Along with Sweet Beverages Reduces the Risk of Heart Diseases by Up to 50 Percent, but Complete Protection is Not Achieved.

The Research Revealed: Daily Consumption of Sweet Beverages Increases the Risk of Heart Diseases.

Researchers Reveal: Soft Drinks, Fruit Juices, and Similar Sweet Beverages Prove Harmful to Heart Health.

They Further Explained: Risk of Heart Artery Diseases Doesn’t Increase with Diet Drink Consumption, but Opting for Water Alone is Preferable.

Results of this Research Published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Before January 2023, a study conducted by Harvard University revealed that consumption of sweetened beverages such as soda and fruit juices could lead to Type 2 diabetes, heart diseases, heart attacks, and strokes.

The study involved examining 40,000 individuals who had no history of Type 2 diabetes, heart artery diseases, or cancer. It also investigated the effects of sugar on their health.

The research found that excessive consumption of sugar contributes to weight gain, particularly increasing fat around the abdomen and waist.

Risk of Heart Disease and Diabetes Increases with Weight Gain Over Time.

Consumption of Sugary Drinks Raises Blood Sugar Levels and Increases the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

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