Having seen the evidence, I don't touch fizzy drinks any more. Frankly they're evil, says leading biologist

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Having seen the evidence, I don't touch fizzy drinks any more. Frankly they're evil, says leading biologist

  • Consumption of soft drinks has more than doubled since 1985 - from ten gallons per person a year to more than 25 gallons
  • Sugary drinks lead to alterations in muscles similar to those in people with obesity problems and type 2 diabetes (too many photos to copy whole article..click link.)

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2181290/Having-seen-evidence-I-dont-touch-fizzy-drinks-Frankly-theyre-evil.html#ixzz22JXb8oln

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