Monday, December 25, 2006

Soft Drinks Increase The Chance of Diabetes

STUDY: One a day raises chances 80% WARNING !

Sugary soft drinks can be hard on your health - by greatly increasing your chance of diabetes. A huge study of more than 50,000 nurses discovered that women who drank just one serving of soda or fruit punch daily gained much more weight than those who drank less than one a month.

And the women had more than an 80 percent increased risk of getting Type 2 diabetes.

Experts believe the large intake of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, especially in liquid form, raises the risk of diabetes by putting a severe strain on the pancreas.

High levels of blood sugar force the pancreas to produce increased levels of insulin, therefore increasing the risk of Type 2 diabetes.

"Anyone who cares about their health or the health of their family would not consume these beverages," declares Dr. Walter C. Willett of the Harvard School of Public Health.

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