|arya||Date: Tuesday, 31-July-2012, 10:02 PM | Message # 1|
|Consumption of soft drinks has more than doubled since 1985 - from ten gallons per person a year to more than 25 gallons |
Sugary drinks lead to alterations in muscles similar to those in people with obesity problems and type 2 diabetes
Biological scientist Dr Hans-Peter Kubis, who's just led a study into what soft drinks do to our bodies, has reached some shocking conclusions. When you read what he discovered, you may well choose never to touch the fizzy stuff again.
Even moderate consumption — a can a day, or just two a week — may alter our metabolism so that we pile on weight.
The drinks also appear to increase the risk of heart disease, liver failure and hypertension.
Read more/Full article/Source - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health....il.html