, published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association
, looked at data from 106,000 women over 20 years and found that drinking sugar-sweetened beverages daily “was associated with a nearly 20% greater likelihood of women having a cardiovascular disease compared to women who rarely or never drank sugary beverages,” the American Heart Association wrote.
在线看的免费网站黄2019The researchers relied on survey data from the decades-long California Teachers Study and inpatient hospitalization records in the state. They wrote that their findings “expand the literature on unfavorable effects of [sugar-sweetened beverage] intake.”
That literature includes a , which found that men who drink one sugary drink per day have a 20% greater likelihood of coronary heart disease compared to men who don’t. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meanwhile, continues to urge adults and kids to and instead turn to—you guessed it—.