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About 63% of American adults consume at least one or more sugar-sweetened beverages daily.
Sugary drinks also led to lowered insulin sensitivity, a risk factor for diabetes.
Drinking coffee as well as healthy eating can help liver disease patients. But there are some suggested recommendations to keep in mind.
Researchers found that overconsumption of fructose overburdened the small intestine, leading to fatty liver disease.
Although it seems like common sense, one of the first rigorous studies on the subject shows a clear association.
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Fructose, the sugar most commonly found in sweetened drinks, is most likely to blame for the correlation.
The actor and filmmaker ate the equivalent of up to 40 sugar cubes every day for two consecutive months.
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