6 December 2019

Diet Cola ‘increase risk' of deadly diabetes

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Drinking Diet Coke, fizzy drinks and fruit juice can all increase the risk of deadly diabetes, experts have warned. reports citing Dailystar that shock new research has revealed that people who drink diet drinks were 18% more likely to develop type-2 diabetes.

And it has shown that natural sugars found in freshly squeezed fruit juices are also sending diabetes figures skyrocketing.

Just three-and-a-half extra glasses of orange juice a week can raise the risk of the condition by a whopping 15%.

Meanwhile, those who ditch these drinks for water, tea or coffee can see their risk fall by up to 10%.

Experts said the raised risk from this may be due to people switching to low calories drinks because they were already fat, meaning they may have already unknowingly had diabetes or been at high risk.

2019.10.04 / 17:53
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