Thursday, February 13, 2014

Sugary diets leads to high chances of from heart disease

Sugary diets are known as stress busters. Though it leaves sweetness behind but if not controlled it can take evil turn. According to research published in online journal JAMA Internal Medicine showed that around 12,000 Americans who are fond of having sugary diets have doubled the risk of dying with the heart disease within the period of 14 years. The researchers could not express direct link between the heart disease and high sugar diets. Instead they linked it to other diseases such as obesity and sluggish behavior that lead to heart problems. The co-author of the research, Dr. Frank Hu, Professor, nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health recommends “Looking at not just the food label but also the ingredients list and reducing your intake of foods that contain added sugar in all its forms, including evaporated cane juice, honey, corn syrup, and fruit juice concentrates.”

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