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In addition to weight gain and cavities, research shows that regular and diet soda contribute to heart issues. According to a study published in the American Heart Association publication called Circulation, study participants that drank the most sugar sweetened soda had a 20 percent higher risk of coronary heart disease when compared to those whose drank the least.

And for those drinking diet soft drinks, you’re not out of the woods either. A study in the Journal of General Internal Medicine suggests that consuming diet soft drinks daily increases your risk of suffering a vascular heart related event.


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