Health & Fitness The Dangers Of Drinking Just One Diet Drink A Day

19:05  21 april  2017
19:05  21 april  2017 Source:

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But it seems the sweet-toothed among us just can’t win, because artificial sweeteners, used as an alternative to the white stuff, could be just as dangerous.

This means our favourite diet drinks are far from safe and according to a new study, drinking just one can of artificially sweetened soft drink each day could almost triple our risk of having a stroke or getting dementia.

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Ever wondered what effect drinking soda has on your body? 50 year old George Prior did, and it was that very question that led him to commit to drinking 10 cans of Coca-cola a day for an entire month, just to see what would happen. The results, according to George, were surprising, and definitely.

People who drink diet soft drinks every day are 43 per cent more likely to have heart attacks, stroke or vascular disease. And even those who kept to just two diet drinks a day put on almost two inches around the middle.

The findings, published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke, were based on food questionnaires from more than 4,300 people taking part in the long-term Framingham Heart Study. The researchers took into account factors that could affect the results, including age, sex, education, calorie intake, exercise and smoking, reported The Guardian.

Sugary drinks didn’t carry the same risks of stroke or dementia, according to the study, which contradicted previous research on the topic. Nonetheless, the researchers warned people against viewing sugary drinks as “healthy” and recommended drinking water, low fat milk or other non-sweetened drinks instead.

Matthew Pase, a senior fellow in the department of neurology at Boston University’s school of medicine, who co-authored the study, said while the team couldn’t confirm that sweetened drinks cause strokes or dementia, the connection is intriguing and needs to be researched further.

The diet drinks market in the UK is currently thriving, possibly due to the war on sugar, with 45% of all fizzy drinks sold in 2015 being either low or no calorie, according to the British Soft Drinks Association. Sadly, it may be time to re-think our daily Diet Coke habit.

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