A habit of drinking sugary sodas could raise your risk for kidney disease.
A university did a study and employees who drank more than two sugared sodas a day had a much higher chance of having proteins in their urine, which is bad. It's usually an early sign on kidney disease.
So there's a link between too much sugary soda and kidney damage, but there's no proof it's the cause yet.
The American Heart Association recommends daily sugar intake is 9 teaspoons for adult men, 5 teaspoons for adult women and 3 teaspoons for children.
A 12-ounce can of non-diet soda has about 7 teaspoons of sugar.
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