Synthetically sweetened beverages may not be a more healthy alternativ

Synthetically sweetened beverages may not be a more healthy alternative after all, with a latest study finding an increased danger of heart problems.

Outcomes stemmed from the French NutriNet-Santé research with over 104,000 respondents and their nutritional data, concluded every six months, corresponding to a news release. Results were released in the Journal of American College of Cardiology.

“Compared to non-consumers, both higher customers of sugary beverages and of synthetically sweetened drinks had increasing concerns of first occurrence cardiovascular condition, after taking into account a extended array of confounding aspects,” research experts published.


Diet drinks linked to same heart issues as sweetened beverages, study says.

Drinking too much fruit juice or any sugary drink maybe linked to premature death risk

Many sugar-sweetened beverages have little to no nutritional value and plenty of calories, and their harmful health effects have already been well-documented. Now, a report links drinking a lot of sweet drinks — and also all natural fruit drinks — to an increased risk of early death.

Specifically, drinking a lot of fruit juice can lead to an increased risk of premature death ranging from 9% to 42%, in accordance with the study, published Friday within the journal JAMA Network Open.

Overall, the sugars found in orange juice, although naturally occurring, are pretty much like the sugars added to soda and other sweetened beverages, the analysis suggests