Sugar is Sugar: A Daily Cup of Fruit Juice May Be Linked To an Increased Cancer Risk, According to a Major New Study

Published Jul 11, 2019

Sugar is Sugar: A Daily Cup of Fruit Juice May Be Linked To an Increased Cancer Risk, According to a Major New Study

Drinking a really small sugary drink every day (and that included 100% fruit juice) was linked to an 18% increased risk in overall cancer and a 22% increased risk in breast cancer, the study found.

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