Fat deposits can accumulate in the liver and without the influence of alcohol. Doctors call this pathology of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NIBP). Two servings of sweet drinks a day increases the risk of disease together with diabetes mellitus and impaired cardiovascular system. About it writes The Daily Mail.
Scientists from the University TFSA researched the condition 2634 volunteers of average age. Study participants shared with the experts of the peculiarities of their food. To assess liver was used computed tomography.
People ate every day more than one can of soda, faced with fatty disease much more often. Interestingly, the degree of obesity and lifestyle of volunteers at risk NIBP had no effect. Scientists plan further research to assess the degree of hazard of carbonated soft drinks.