Fizzy Drinks Increase Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer
Although only drink soda once a day, men exposed to the risk of aggressive prostate cancer increases by 40 percent.
Men who sipping a carbonated drink can not only damage the teeth and waistlines, but also increases the risk of aggressive prostate cancer, although only drink once a day.
A recent study in Sweden found that one soft drink a day can increase the risk for developing forms is more serious than cancer by 40 percent.
Not only that, researchers at Lund University also found that those who follow the heavy carbohydrates diet like rice and pasta could increase the risk of a mild form of prostate cancer, by 31 percent.
And eat lots of sugary cereals also increase the incidence of milder forms of cancer to 38 percent.
In that study, the researchers examined more than 8,000 men aged between 45 and 73 years, for an average of 15 years.
Isabel Drake, a PhD student at the University of Lund, said: “Among people who drink a lot of soft drinks or other beverages with added sugar, we see an increased risk of prostate cancer is about 40 percent.”
The men in the study had to undergo regular medical examination and continuously monitored the intake of food and drink.
Those who drank one soft drink 330ml per day, 40 percent more likely to develop forms are more serious than prostate cancer.
Still Drake said that more research is needed to determine exactly what diet should be done by a group of men at high risk of prostate cancer.
Keep in mind, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer experienced by men after lung diseases.