Sugary drink consumption and risk of cancer: results from NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort

Sugary drink consumption and risk of cancer: results from NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort



okay today I was reading these new article published in the British Medical Journal is an epidemiological study therefore as we already discussed is just Association data is not a randomized clinical trial however in these these are the results of the nutria net sent a prospective cohort study is about 100,000 participants aged 18 and over with a mean age of 42 years old and in this study in this particular study has just been published they found that basically the consumption of sugary drinks is directly associated with an increased risk of overall cancer and in particular breast cancer and even 100% fruit juice was associated with an increased increased risk of overall cancer as we said these are Association data however if we put together all the studies all the data from animal studies and some clinical trials I strongly suggest that you avoid consuming soda and fruit juices if you know your kids you know they go to a birthday there is no problem you know let them you know consume whatever they want but on a regular basis at home we shouldn't have any type of these drinks so that you know our kids and and and especially and also as you know we don't have access to these nasty beverages and this is everything for today bye

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