The study was conducted in over ten different countries across the Europe region. Which includes the U.K., Germany, Denmark, Greece, France, Italy, Norway, Spain, the Netherlands, and Sweden. The study recorded its effects on mortality after consumption of artificially sweetened and sugar-sweetened soft drink. According to recent research sugary drinking beverages result in higher risk of weight gain. Also type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and others The study found that nearly 452, 000 people have higher risk of death by consumption sugar free diet sodas. A paper published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. This paper published the study of artificially sweetened and sugar sweetened soft drink consumption effects on human body.
The consumer who drank sugar based sweetened sodas. These people are more likely to have digestive related problems, which may lead to deaths. People who drank artificially sweetened drinks more likely to die from circulatory diseases. It includes coronary artery disease and others. Researchers found there is no link between soft drink consumption which may lead to cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. However, consuming higher amounts of sugar based and sugar free soft drinks are found to be associated with the risk of Parkinson’s disease. A registered dietician at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center which is a multidisciplinary academic medical center located in USA, Ms. Liz Weinandy said that people continuously drink artificially sweetened drinks think that they are not suffering from any health consequences.
Some dieticians suggest that lowering sugar based soda beverages and artificially sugar based sodas are always beneficial for individual health. Dieticians say that soda beverages can be switched with water and it is not that hard for an individual. The bottom line people who are consuming two or more glasses of artificial sweetener based soft drink or sugar based sweetened soft drinks every day. These consumers are more prone to many lifestyles related diseases.