Soft drinks, including sugar-free, linked to increased risk of early death

The Guardian


People who regularly consume soft drinks have a higher risk of an early death, researchers have found, with the trend seen for both sugared and artificially sweetened drinks. Once factors such as body mass index, diet, physical activity, smoking and education were taken into account, there was a 17% higher risk of death among those consuming two glasses a day compared with those drinking less than one glass a month. Read article from the Guardian here

You can read the study here.