Diet Soda Connected to the Higher Risk of Stroke and Dementia
A new study, executed by the team of researchers from Boston University School of Medicine, associated drinking diet soda on a daily basis to both stroke and dementia.
The research tracked 2,888 persons aged 45 and over for the development of a stroke and 1,484 participants aged 60 and over for dementia within a 10-year period. Having analyzed the received results, the study concluded that those who reported drinking at least 1 artificially sweetened drink every day, compared to less than 1 weekly, were 2.96 times more likely to have an ischemic stroke, and 2.89 times more likely to develop dementia.
Christopher Gardner, director of Nutrition Studies at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, says: “… the bottom line is, ‘Have more water and have less diet soda.’ And don’t switch to real soda.”
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