soft drinks, colas and sodas, linked to pancreatic
A 14-year study of 60,000 people in Singapore
found that those who consume two or more sweetened
soft drinks per week have an 87 percent
higher risk of pancreatic cancer.
in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers
& Prevention, the study was led by Mark
Pereira of the University of Minnesota who
said, "The high levels of
sugar in soft drinks may be increasing the
level of insulin in the body, which we think
contributes to pancreatic cancer cell growth."
38,000 people are diagnosed with pancreatic
cancer in the United States each year, and
over 34,000 die from the disease each year.
This research points to what may be the common
culprit of all those preventable deaths: Sugary
soft drink consumption.
in a can
NaturalNews has warned readers for years about
the dangers of consuming soft drinks. The
sweetener used in most beverages -- high-fructose
corn syrup -- is linked to both diabetes and
obesity. The phosphoric acid found in soft
drinks is highly acidic, stripping minerals
from bones and promoting osteoporosis. At
the same time, soft drinks can cause
kidney stones, too.
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