The February 3, 2014 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association reported on the largest study of its kind in medical history.
The findings revealed that adults who consumed the most sugar had an almost three times greater risk of dying prematurely from heart disease.
This report emanating from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention helps corroborate our warnings about the lethal vascular impact of after-meal glucose spikes.
This study showed it does not take much in the way of “added sugars” to increase fatal heart problems. Just daily consumption of a sugary roll, soda, and ice cream placed adults at a 2.75-fold greater cardiac risk!