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(Natural News) A team of Chinese researchers reviewed all available studies comparing dietary sugar consumption and health outcomes in people who were previously free from acute or chronic diseases. The researchers found several harmful associations between dietary sugar consumption and chronic diseases. It turns out, eating more than two tablespoons of sugar per day (25 grams) increases one’s risk of forty-five chronic diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, gout, tooth decay, depression, and pancreatic cancer. Their umbrella review included 73 studies from 8,600 articles and was published in the British Medical Journal.

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Increased sugar consumption is linked to coronary heart disease, diabetes, pancreatic cancer

The researchers found that sugar increases one’s risk of ten different cardiovascular outcomes, seven different cancers, and eighteen endocrine and metabolic disorders. Ten other neuropsychiatric, dental, hepatic, osteal, and allergic outcomes were also associated with sugar consumption greater than 25 grams per day.

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