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Regular consumption of very soft drinks increase liver obesity

Monday, 02 January 2012
That fizzy drinks are not good for the body is not a new story. But that those who drink more fizzy drink and don’t get fat but have problems similar to those who are obese remain a problems that solution are still being sought after.

There a new Danish study suggest that that by drinking one litre of soda a day for six months, may result in the doubling of fat in the liver and abdominal cavity. The new Danish study looked in to 47 people who were given either drinking water, milk, diet soda or "regular" soda.

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition notes that the researchers could not see that soda drinkers were fatter than others. By contrast, their fat was deposited in the liver instead, which can lead to conditions such as diabetes and cirrhosis common with obese people
By Scancomark.se Team

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