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The Worst Drinks for Your Health

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A can of cold soda is delicious, but it's one of the unhealthiest liquids you can consume. "A 12-oz can of Coke includes 155 calories, and 147 of those calories originate from sugar, which is almost 9 teaspoons," explains Ehasni. "Soda is hazardous for your teeth, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, gout, and even premature death. Soda's unhealthy."

1 Regular Soda

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Cranberry juice may be one of the worst drinks for your health if you consistently drink it if you have a urinary tract infection (UTI). "Cranberry is helpful for urinary health, however many cranberry cocktails include as much sugar as other fruit drinks.

2 Cranberry Juice Cocktail

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After a hard day, drinking wine or beer isn't healthy. "Drinking alcohol regularly over time might dramatically harm your health," adds Ehsani. "Alcohol damages the brain, heart, and liver and affects the immune system and the overall body. It also increases the risk of significant health issues, illnesses, and cancer."

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when flavors are added, such as strawberry or chocolate, the added sugar converts your nutritious glass of milk into an unhealthy beverage higher in both total sugars and calories, which might increase one's risk for obesity and overweight."

4-Flavored Dairy Milk

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Mocha lattes and Frappuccinos are popular, but they are loaded with sugar and harmful fats. "These usually feature caramel-flavored syrup, a few pumps of a sugary taste, and toppings like whipping cream, caramel, or chocolate drizzle.

5 Sweetened Coffee Drinks

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Just because you choose diet soda over regular soda, doesn't mean it's any healthier. One study of people who drink diet soda found that it increased their risk of cardiovascular-related health issues.

6-Diet Soda

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This southern staple's moniker, "sweet," indicates that it's loaded with sugar, with some bottled variants holding up to 48 grams per bottle. The FDA advises a 50-gram daily limit on added sugars. Sugary drinks raise type 2 diabetes risk.

7 Sweet Tea

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