High blood pressure caused by sugary drinks.

Not a good news for those who loves soda. Too for the two big cola companies. But might help some of us identify other reason of suffering high blood pressure, beside getting from our bosses.

So, soda = boss?

Nope, there are still significant different between the two. Soda is enjoyable but pressured. Boss is tired and pressured.

how about beer?

Drinking fewer sugary drinks may help lower blood pressure, according to a new study from the American Heart Association, adding to a growing body of evidence linking reduced soft drink intake with better health.

They found that overweight adults with high blood pressure who drank one fewer serving of sugary soft drinks per day had significantly lower blood pressure after 18 months. The authors said that the average American consumes 2.3 servings of sugar-sweetened soft drinks a day, including regular soft drinks, fruit drinks, lemonade and fruit punch, but not including diet drinks. Previous research has linked high consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages to increased risk of obesity, type-2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome, the authors said.
The study appears in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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