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Incidences of cardiovascular disease deaths from sugary drinks in Canada 2016-2041

This statistic displays the projected number of people in Canada that will die from cardiovascular diseases due to sugar sweetened beverage and sugary drink consumption from 2016 to 2041. According to the data, it is estimated that there will be 21,293 ischemic heart disease deaths that are attributable to sugar sweetened beverages. Comparatively, 35,600 cardiovascular deaths will be caused by sugary drink consumption.

Number of new cardiovascular disease deaths due to sugary beverages in Canada from 2016 to 2041

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Release date

March 2017

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

Estimated based on consumption levels of sugar sweetened beverages and sugary drinks in 2015.

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