Here, we show that rats consuming gaseous beverages over a period of around 1 year gain weight at a faster rate than controls on regular degassed carbonated beverage or tap water. This is due to elevated levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin and thus greater food intake in rats drinking carbonated drinks compared to control rats. Moreover, an increase in liver lipid accumulation of rats treated with gaseous drinks is shown opposed to control rats treated with degassed beverage or tap water. In a parallel study, the levels of ghrelin hormone were increased in 20 healthy human males upon drinking carbonated beverages compared to controls.
What to make of this?
What they call a "full text" is hardly a "full text"
can't make anything of it.
Doesn't even say what the carbonated beverages were
water, gasoline, yak spit?
Far more questions than answers
Doesn't pass the sniff test
looks like a study designed to express an agenda.
Not saying that's what it is but this is often how studies like that publish
in hopes of catching some media pump without anyone ever actually making an inquiry
as to what actually happened. By the time the media goes with 'another study shows soda makes you fat'
the cows out of the barn, can't call it back.