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A new study from Harvard found that people who drink more sugar-sweetened beverages had a greater risk of premature death. This includes carbonated and non-carbonated soft drink, fruit drinks and sports drinks. These drinks are the largest source of added sugars in the U.S. diet.

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The study was based on 80,647 women and 37,716 men over a two year period. The study concluded that people who drank two or more sugary drinks a day had a 21% increased risk of early death. People who drink more than two sugar drinks are 31% more likely to die from cardiovascular disease.

The best thing to do is substitute these drinks with water.

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