2 years ago
Who doesn't like mixing alcohol with soda or juice at a party? Well, now you party-goers will think twice before doing that. The latest study has revealed a correlation between increased cancer risks and mixing sugary drinks with alcohol. Drinking a small glass of a sugary drink a day (100 ml), which makes roughly 1/3 of a typical soda can leads to "an 18% increase in overall cancer risk and a 22% increase in risk for breast cancer." The Typical Student team learned more about the staggering statistics.
Why Shouldn't You Mix Sugary Drinks With Alcohol?
Some 100,000 French adults, that took part in the research link consumption of sugary drinks to an increased risk of some types of cancer. Recent studies linked sugary beverages consumption to increased premature death risk.
The lead author of the study, Mathilde Touvier, commented on the study results as follows:
"What we observed was that the main driver of the association seems to be really the sugar contained in these sugary drinks."
The co-author of the study and an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University in Atlanta, Jean A. Welsh, wrote in an email:
"Sugary beverages, whether soft drinks or fruit juices, should be limited."
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