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Soft Drinks Driving Diabetes

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Wednesday, 21 Sep 2016 04:13 PM Current | Bio | Archive

With Type 2 diabetes, it all goes back to how you eat. The main culprits behind diabetes are foods and drinks with excessive amounts of refined carbohydrates and sugar — particularly high fructose corn syrup.

Let me give you an example of why Type 2 diabetes is growing at such a fast rate.

When I was growing up, Coca-Cola came in a 6-oz. bottle. Today, in many fast food restaurants and convenience stores, the serving size has swollen to a 72-oz. monstrosity.

As I walk around the shopping center, I see people of all ages swilling these sugar-laden death drinks.

And it’s not just kids. Studies have shown that people over age 50 have dramatically increased their intake of these drinks.

But is there any evidence that a high intake of sugar, especially high fructose corn syrup, can be hazardous to our health?

In fact, there is such an enormous body of scientific literature on the subject that you wouldn’t have time to read even the titles of all the articles that have been written.

Yet the media remains silent because they fear losing advertising revenue from the makers of soft drinks.
 

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