Soda Drinkers Have a Higher Risk of Cancer.

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Besides offering essentially no vital nutrients, sugar-sweetened drinks. Including soda can lead to health complications like weight gain, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and diabetes

Cancer tends to go hand-in-hand with other chronic diseases like obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease UFABET

For this reason, it is unsurprising to see that sugary drinks are frequently associated with an increased risk of cancer.

One study in over 60,000 adults discovered that those who drank 2 or more sugary sodas per week were 87% more likely to develop pancreatic cancer than those who did not drink soda.

Another study on pancreatic cancer found a strong link in women — but not men.

Postmenopausal women who drink a lot of sugary soda may also be at greater risk for endometrial cancer, or cancer of the inner lining of the uterus.

What’s more, sugar-sweetened beverage intake is linked to cancer recurrence and death in patients with colorectal cancer.

Soda contains acids like phosphoric acid and carbonic acid.

These acids create a highly acidic environment in your mouth, which makes your teeth vulnerable to decay.

While the acids in soda can themselves cause damage, it is the combination with sugar that makes soda particularly harmful.

Sugar provides easily digestible energy for the bad bacteria in your mouth. This, combined with the acids, wreaks havoc on dental health over time.