According to a new study, drinking sugary beverages like soda can raise your risk of developing liver cancer.
A study of over 90,000 women who consume sugary beverages compared to those who consume less than three per month.
Researchers discovered that postmenopausal women have the highest risk of liver cancer. They had a 78 percent increased risk of cancer if they drank at least one sugary drink every day.
Sugar-sweetened beverages are a risk factor for liver cancer that can be changed.
If our findings are verified, limiting sugar-sweetened beverage consumption could be a public health strategy for lowering the incidence of liver cancer.
While fewer people are drinking sugary drinks now than in the past, 65 percent of white adults reported drinking at least some sweetened drinks on any given day between 2017 and 2018.
The new research does not prove that sugary drinks cause liver cancer; rather, it establishes a relationship. Still, one should be cautious about how much soda they consume.
Soda can damage your liver by producing fat buildup, which, if left unchecked, can lead to liver disease.
According to some research, refined sugar may be more harmful to the liver than alcohol, especially when ingested in large amounts.