Popular Summer Drink Linked to Early DEATH! [Beware!]
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
Hot summer days are quickly approaching. And depending where you live, maybe you’ve already experienced your first ‘heat wave’ of the summer.
And sometimes the best way to cool off from the dog days of summer is kicking back and having a cold, refreshing drink.
But before you crack open a cold drink on a hot day, there’s something you should know…
One of the most popular – and refreshing – ‘summertime’ drinks could lead to some serious health problems.
In fact, drinking TOO MUCH of this drink could send you on a path to early DEATH!
It’s not what you might think…
According to an international study, drinking more than one glass of SODA each day can increase your overall chances of premature death.
The study found that folks who drank two or more glasses of sugar-laden soda each day were more likely to die from various causes than those who just stuck to drinking one glass of soda.
Those who drank two or more glasses of sugary drinks every day were more likely to die from digestive diseases that affect the liver, pancreas, intestines and appendix.
And get this… this also includes diet sodas that the mainstream says are “healthy.”
In fact, those who consumed the same amount of artificially sweetened “diet” drinks every day were MORE likely to die from diseases of the blood vessels!
If you’re tempted to dump all your soda down the sink after seeing this, I don’t blame you!
There’s nothing wrong with the occasional soda, but just remember that you should drink it in moderation.
This Food Could Be Growing Deadly Tumors
Are we literally FEEDING cancer cells by putting this one food on our dinner plates?
This is important. THIS one food could be growing cancer cells.
And here’s where it gets interesting... as soon as we STOP eating it, the opposite happens: cancer cells STARVE to death -- and die out by the thousands.
Skeptical? See the evidence here.
If you’re a soda lover, be sure to stick to ONE glass a day. You should also be mindful of serving sizes since most sodas are now sold in huge bottles that go way beyond a recommended serving size.
The recommended serving size of soda is eight ounces – even though most sodas are sold in 12- or 20-ounce cans or bottles.
If you’re looking for a healthier (and refreshing) alternative to soda, my go-to summer drink is sparkling water with a wedge of fresh fruit.
Sparkling water has all the “fizz” of soda, but with none of the sugar or artificial chemicals. And adding a squeeze of fresh lemon or lime gives it the right amount of sweetness.
Do you have feedback you want to share? Drop me a line: email@example.com.
Department of Research, Turapür Products
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