Soft drinks and health risks.

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Obesity It is well known that consuming beverages high in sugar but low in nutrients and satiety. Such as soft drinks, is not a healthy behavior for weight. This is not just an unsubstantiated concern. More than 30 studies and experiments have found that drinking a lot of sugary soft drinks is associated with weight gain and an increase risk of obesity. Although  the conclusions are inconclusive and more studies are needed to confirm, the current data is sufficient to warn that consuming with high sugar content is not good for health UFABET  

Many people may wonder whether that use sweeteners instead of sugar can reduce the risk. At present, the evidence is still too unclear to say whether using sweeteners instead of sugar will be good or bad in terms of obesity or weight gain. Another concern is that consuming sugar-free may cause those who drink them to choose to eat other foods with higher calorie content. Putting them at risk of being overweight and obesity.

A survey of people aged 20 and over found that. Overweight and obese people consumed more sugar- sweetened soft drinks than those of normal weight. It also reveal that the obese and obese patients. Who drank sugar-sweetened chose significantly higher-calorie foods compared to the obese. And obese patients who drank regular sugar-sweetened soft drinks. This result is likely because those who drank sugar-sweetened soft drinks thought. That drinking zero-calorie would make them eat more calories than usual, and they tend to overeat.