Health Alert: Sugary and Artificial Drinks Linked to Increased Heart Risks


Consuming two liters of artificially sweetened drinks weekly, similar to a daily medium diet soda, increases the risk of atrial fibrillation (A-fib)—an irregular heartbeat—by 20%. Added-sugar beverages pose a 10% higher risk, whereas pure juices like orange or vegetable reduce it by 8%.

Abstract Written By:
Denson Natividad
March 8, 2024

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