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Health experts find out and warn: This is why this drink is terrible for the liver
Written by SOT.COM.AL 17 Nëntor 2021
The liver filters out harmful substances from the body and therefore it is necessary to take care of its health. When it comes to liver damage, alcohol is usually immediately thought of, but research has shown that the liver has far more damage than any other drink, perhaps the most popular.
Health experts find out: This is why this drink is terrible for the liver Unlike alcohol for soft carbonated drinks, there is no minimum age for consumption and these are drinks that according to new research cause more damage to the liver.
The conclusion was made by health experts from Boston Medical University and published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
It was based on a piece of research conducted since 1948 in the city of Framingham, Massachusetts, as part of the so-called Framinghamm Heart Study which has since studied the impact of lifestyle (such as smoking and diet) on health.
In the recently published conclusion, the scientists point out that the participants have been observing them since 2002, with an average age of 48-63 years. Slightly more than half of the participants were women.
Participants reported how often they drank sweetened carbonated beverages, and experts studied how common fatty liver was. Non-alcoholic fatty liver can cause cirrhosis of the liver, but also more benign problems such as enlarged liver which in turn causes pain.
Fatty liver can be prevented by eliminating sugary drinks from the diet. Frequent consumption is considered to be everything from one or more times a day to one or more times a week.
People who occasionally drank sugary drinks, meaning once a month or less than once a week, also had slightly more fat accumulated in the liver than people who did not drink such drinks, writes Eat This .