The majority of us know that pop/soda and other sugary drinks aren’t good for our health. Research has shown a link between sugary sodas and tooth decay, heart disease, kidney stones, and many more.
A recent study came from Tufts University have discovered that people who drink as little as on drink per day will increase the risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
The studied, which was published in the Journal of Hepatology, analyzed the participants of 2,634, who were asked in a questionnaire how often they drank sugary beverages. Those drinks included caffeinated and caffeine-free soda, other carbonated sweetener drinks, fruit punches, lemonade, and other non-carbonated fruit drinks.
Under the CT scan researchers uncovered a higher presence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in those who drank more than one sugary beverage a day versus to those didn’t drink sweet beverages.
Full article @Yahoo Health