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"Our research and other observational studies have shown that artificially sweetened beverages may not be harmless and high consumption is associated with a higher risk of stroke and heart disease". Just something to be aware of.
"While we respect the mission of these organizations to help prevent conditions like stroke and dementia, the authors of this study acknowledge that their conclusions do not - and can not - prove cause and effect".
There has been research showing a link between the consumption of artificially sweetened beverages and stroke, Alzheimer's disease, Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and a slew of other health problems.
They were also 29 per cent more likely to develop heart disease, and 16 per cent more likely to die from any cause during the 12 years covered by the trial.
For the study, researchers included 81,714 post-menopausal women aged 50-79 years.
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It found that consuming two or more low-calorie sweetened drinks a day increased a woman's chances of a stroke by 23 per cent, compared with women who drank them less than once a week. The risk was highest for obese and African American women.
It's possible, for example, the women drinking diet sodas and juices had only recently switched to artificially sweetened beverages from sugared ones, and therefore continued to show the residual effects of their previous drinking habits.
Soon after, the research drew criticism given the collected data did not distinguish between the types of artificial sweeteners used in the drinks.
While the results found a link, it's important to note that more research needs to be done to provide enough evidence.
"The American Heart Association suggests water as the best choice for a no-calorie beverage". Of the participants, 5.1% said they consumed at least diet beverages per day.
A heart attack is where the artery is blocked, preventing blood from getting through - and a ischaemic stroke is where a blood vessel in the brain becomes blocked in a similar way.
"This study adds to the evidence that limiting use of diet beverages is the most prudent thing to do for your health".