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29/09/2020 @ 13h29
by NHS_UK

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"One fizzy drink per day can cause a heart attack," warns Metro, while the Mail Online claims that "Just one full-fat fizzy drink a day in your 40s may 'increase your risk of a heart attack or stroke'"

However, the new study which prompted these headlines did not look at heart attacks or strokes. Instead, it found that people who drank more than 1 sugar-sweetened drink each day were likely to see levels of fats in their blood change for the worse. While that can raise the risk of a heart attack and stroke, it does not mean that fizzy drinks directly cause heart attacks. Read more HERE.

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