Dangers of Soda Drinking Dangers of Soda Drinking
Healthy Living


According to an article written by Healthy Living, sugar rushes and caffeine highs followed by depression causes an energy crash. What is really a concern about a soda drinking habit, is what happens over time.

In a research study done by the Nurses’ Health Study that monitored over 90,000 women for eight years, found that drinking one soda a day added 10 pounds over a four-year period. It was also found that those women who drank one or more sweetened sodas or fruit juice, were twice as likely to develop type-2 diabetes.

Studies published in Circulation, the Journal of the American Heart Association, suggest diet sodas have some of the same effects on health as regular sodas, despite having little or no sugar. According to Circulation, the studies from the Nurses’ Health Study also found that those women who drank two or more sodas a day had a 40% higher risk of heart disease. Sodas have a health concern for the whole body including the lipids found in the blood. A good suggestion would be to replenish the habit of drinking sodas with drinking pure water which is natural and is in a pure form to only help the body.