Scientists have found a correlation between the consumption of sugar and the development of the sugar in the juices and soft drinks. For fans of sugar added chance of developing breast cancer increases as well. The survey was 107,000. human analysis.
A survey conducted in 2010, found that worldwide each year, there are 133,000 people. people die from diabetes and 45 thousand people against cardiovascular diseases due to the use of soft drinks with added sugar and other sweeteners. Fans of such beverages are looking for an increase in weight and then obese. Scientists believe that some artificial sweeteners alter the intestinal microflora, developing glucose intolerance.
While not studied the correlation between the consumption of soft drinks and cancer as well. Adding them artificial sweeteners may also contain carcinogens, says Nplus1.
High glycemic index and high glycemic load is associated with increased risk of developing breast cancer, and the most common form of liver cancer with & # 39 is hepatocellular cancer.
However, the connection between the study of soft drinks and artificial sweeteners shows conflicting results. Some of them provide a clear correlation between the consumption of such beverages and the onset of breast, pancreas, gall bladder and endometrium, and others – no.
Scientists from Sobranskaga University (under the direction of Matilda Tuv & # 39; er) investigated more than 100 000 people. hobbies and juices of people, as well as the correlation with cancer.
The researchers used a national survey conducted in 2009, at least 300 000 French and Belgian. They were chosen for the study of 107,000. Examples of & # 39 are people who consume at least 100 ml of beverage a day (a total of 97 different beverages, including dairy, sports and energy).
Calculations have shown that the consumption of 100% juice and juice with added sugar slightly increases the risk of developing all types of cancer. Consumption of added sugars in the drink is also associated with the risk of developing breast cancer, but the researchers found no correlation with lung cancer and colon cancer.
The researchers found no correlation between the use of artificial sweeteners and an increased risk of cancer.
According to them, these studies confirmed the recommendation to limit consumption of added sugars, including one hundred percent. "Feeling" in this study, they also did not see – the basic correlation between fruit juice and cancer caused by sugar.
"If we examined the 100 ml timber and wheels, for example, 100% orange juice, the sugar content would be exactly the same", – quotes research director M. Tuvyu.