If you are a fan soda, whether it's the most famous tail, which is from limn or orange, this you will read you will not like. A group of researchers completed an experiment designed to study the damage caused by this drink and according to their observations, excessive consumption of soft drinks not only causes obesity, but also increases the risk of serious kidney problems.
US scientists admit that they have little information about how alcohol-free soft drinks affect health, said agent Sputnik.
"For example, we have almost no data on what types of drinks encourage the development of kidney disease, and now we have discussed this gap," said Casey Rebholz, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University. According to Organization statistics The World Health Organization (WHO) is currently suffering from a serious problem of obesity. So, one in three humans is overweight, and 15% is affected by the severe form of this disorder.
As if this is not enough, almost half of the dangerous diseases usually arise as a result of being overweight. Among the most dangerous foods that trigger an epidemic are sugar and soft drinks, which have gained tremendous popularity throughout the world over the past few decades.
Two years ago, researchers in the United States revealed that the consequences of consuming soft drinks brought about 184,000 people each year. The areas most affected by this problem are Latin America and North America. To find other effects of drinks, Rebholz and colleagues monitored the health status of 3,000 people for 15 years. During the observation period, 6% were victims of chronic kidney disease.
In general, volunteers who consumed large amounts of soft drinks suffered kidney failure and other chronic disorders 61% more often than others. The scientific team concluded that the sale of these products must be limited or taxed with high taxes.