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Recent French medical research suggests that non-alcoholic beverages, sports drinks and even 100% fruit juice may increase the risk of certain cancers.
Although the study failed to prove why, it found that consumption of 3 to 4 ounces of sweet drinks per day was associated with an 18% increase in the overall risk of developing cancer.
A French research team at the University of Paris found that the level of similar consumption is associated with a 22% risk for breast cancer.
Researchers led by dr. Matilde Suffer, director of epidemiological research at the University, collected data on more than 100,000 men and women with an average age of 42 years. Various drinks were consumed daily, and were monitored for up to nine years, from 2009 to 2018.
The study revealed the links between the consumption of sweet drinks and the risk of developing cancer in general and in particular breast cancer. Researchers did not find any link between sweet drinks and prostate cancer or colon.
As the representative of the American cancer association said, the results should give consumers a breakthrough, as obesity is known as a risk factor for cancer, Dr. Colin Doyle, director of nutrition and physical activity at the association, Sweet Beverages has been associated with sugar and obesity after numerous studies.
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