Archive for April, 2009

Sugar Sweetened Beverages Raise Women’s Risk of Heart Disease

Sugar-based drinks, including sodas, juices and teas, may increase womens’ risk of heart disease by 35%, according to newly published findings from the Harvard Nurse’s Health Study. The bottom line: excess sugar from any source–high fructose corn syrup, sucrose, honey– increase the risk of chronic diseases including diabetes, obesity and now heart disease.

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