Sodas and Diabetes Go Hand in Hand


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A few days ago, it was announced that a “consistent relationship between drinking sugary (non-diet) soft drinks and poor nutrition, increased risk for obesity – and increased risk for diabetes”, as found by a team from the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale University.

This is not to say that diet sodas are any better (they are packed with chemicals), but at the very least, they are not loaded with sugars like regular sodas. Neither one is a good food, so in the end, whenever you can, you should substitute sodas for healthy and natural drinks.