Added sugar triples CV risk

US scientists have found a striking association between the proportion of daily calories supplied by sugar-laden foods and heart disease death rates.

The researchers specifically focused on added sugar in the diet — that is, sugar added in the processing or preparing of food, rather than natural sources.

One sugar-sweetened beverage a day is enough to increase the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease (CVD).

For people obtaining a quarter of their

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