The regular consumption of famous sugary drinks (or not famous) around the world maximize the risks to develop cancer, obesity, diabete and many other cardiovascular diseases and health issues.
A few figures to illustrate this worldwide epidemic:
184.000 annual deaths linked to daily consumption of sodas in the world, of which:
25.000 in the United States
133.000 annual deaths due to diabetes
45.000 due to cardiovascular diseases
6.450 due to various types of cancer
As en explanation, we can find 9 teaspoons of sugar in a single can of Coca-Cola. This is a far too much part compared to the estimation of the World Health Organization, which recommends a consumption of less than 12 teaspoons a day, with an ideal of 6 a day.
https://ecomil.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Coca-y-azucar-3.jpg302235Ecomilhttps://ecomil.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/logo-ecomil.pngEcomil2016-01-28 00:00:002017-08-08 15:38:04Sugary drinks linked to another cause of global death