Sugar consumption does not require more than 10% of calorie per day, both for children and adults. In addition, 2,000 calorie diets can consume up to 50 grams per day. World Health Organization.
now In the food and beverage industry, it is processed in the highest sugar levels, little nutritious and generally not very healthy.
This has caused the growth of diseases, such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, fat liver, cardiovascular disease, some types of cancer and more.
Similarly, recent studies published in the Clinical Nephrology Association (CJASN) reveal this The consumption of fresh beverages and drinks is higher with a higher probability of developing a chronic renal disease.
Research done Casey Rebholz, Bloomberg Public Health School, Johns Hopkins UniversityIn Baltimore, in the United States, 3 thousand African-American men and women were examined in 3 thousand men and evaluated alcoholic beverages through a food frequency questionnaire.
This monitoring was carried out for 8 years and showed results 6% of the participants (185 people) developed a renal chronic illness.
The affected model shows that all of it consumed fresh beverages, sweet fruits or water beverages, at that time, could increase the risk of developing CKD (Chronic Chronic Illness).