Against the sky: Australian researchers found that drinking fruit juice increases the risk of high blood pressure
It is said that fruit juice is good for health, but researchers at the Swinburne University of Technology in Australia say that drinking a glass of fruit juice every day can easily increase central arterial pressure and increase the risk of heart disease and angina. Central arterial pressure is the blood pressure of the aorta, which is responsible for transporting fresh blood pumped by the heart to all parts of the body. Researchers said that although the fruit juice contains essential vitamins, the cellulose content is almost negligible, but it also contains a lot of sugar. Therefore, drinking fruit juice every day will lead to excessive sugar intake, leading to high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. In addition, eating too much sugar can cause premature corrosion of children's teeth. In the UK, an average of one in eight young children has tooth decay by the age of three.