Drinking soda increases the risk of prostate cancer

The research report is published in the latest issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The study conducted an average of 15 years of research on more than 8,000 men between the ages of 45 and 73. Studies have shown that men who drink 330 ml of soda a day are 40% more likely to develop prostate cancer that is more likely to be treated.

Drake, a doctoral student at Lund University in Sweden, said that people who eat a lot of white rice and pasta have a 31% increased risk of developing moderate prostate cancer (generally not receiving treatment), while eating a lot of sugary breakfast cereals. People, the risk of developing moderate prostate cancer increased by 38%.

Drake said that although the survey still needs in-depth research, the existing reasons are enough to remind men to drink less soda. The study asked men who were surveyed to undergo regular physical examinations and record their daily diet and food weight.

Previous studies have found that Chinese and Japanese immigrants in the United States are more likely to develop prostate cancer than those living in China and Japan. Drake said that further research on the response of genes to different diets should lead to the development of “healthy recipes for some high-risk groups.”