软饮料消费量增加与死亡风险增加有关 Higher consumption of soft drinks linked with an increased risk of mortality

编者注:像许多加工饮料和加工食品一样的软饮料是人造的,它们在自然界中不存在。 软饮料的问题不仅在于它们会给你带来大量不必要的卡路里,而且还会对助处理糖分的营养储备产生压力。 许多科学家未能认识到的一个关键事实是,当你喝了这么多纯糖时,你可能没有足够的资源来支持你对这种材料的处理。这使您的身体难以有效处理过量的糖。 当你的身体不需要那么多糖时,情况会变得更糟。 结果,它们可能变成导致健康问题的东西。 例如,未使用的糖可以在肝脏周围转化为脂肪 – 导致脂肪肝。
Editor’s note:
Soft drinks like many processed beverages and processed foods are artificial and they do not exist in nature.   The problem with soft drinks is not only that they get you a large quantity of unwanted calories, but also can cause stress nutrient reservoirs that help dispose sugars.
One key fact many scientists fail to recognize is that when you drink so much pure sugar, you may not have enough resources to support your disposal of this material.  This makes it difficult for your body to efficiently process excess amounts of sugars.   This becomes worse when your body is in no need of so much sugar.  As a result, they may be turned into something leading to health issues.  For instance, unused sugar can be converted into fat around the liver – causing fatty liver.
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Higher consumption of soft drinks linked with an increased risk of mortality

This is the main highlight of a study published today in JAMA Internal Medicine, based on a population of about 452,000 people of both genders from 10 European countries followed over a period of 16 years

IDIBELL-BELLVITGE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Increased consumption of sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened soft drinks is associated with an increased risk of death. This is the main conclusion reached by a study based on 16-year follow-up of about 452,000 participants, male and female, from 10 European countries. Researchers from the Nutrition and Cancer group of the Catalan Institute of Oncology (ICO) and the Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBELL) have contributed to the findings.

Drinking two or more glasses a day (compared to less than one glass per month) of sugar-sweetened or artificially sweetened soft drinks has been associated with an increased risk of death from all causes. Additionally, positive associations between artificially sweetened soft drinks and deaths due to circulatory diseases and between sugar-sweetened soft drinks and deaths from digestive diseases were also found. On the other hand, no association was observed between soft drink consumption and cancer mortality.

These are the main results of the data analysis of the EPIC study (European Proactive Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition) corresponding to a 16-year follow-up during which 41,693 deaths occurred. Soft drink consumption rate was collected through diet questionnaires during the 1992-2000 period. The study includes participants from Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Spain. In Spain, the EPIC study includes participants from Asturias, Guipúzcoa, Navarra, Murcia and Granada, under the coordination of the Catalan Institute of Oncology.

The authors of the study suggest that the findings support public health campaigns aimed at limiting the consumption of soft drinks.

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