A) Reducing intake of added sugars may help lower high blood pressure,
A) Reducing intake of added sugars may help lower high blood pressure, reduce bad LDL cholesterol, and raise good HDL cholesterol, all of which help reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke.
B) The no-sugar diet has gained popularity as people look for effective ways to stay healthy or lose weight.
C) One study found that those who consumed 17-21 percent of their calories from added sugar had a 38 percent higher risk of death from heart disease compared with those who consumed 8 percent of their calories from the sweet stuff.
D) However, anyone looking to start a no-sugar diet should speak to a doctor or nutritionist first before starting the same.
Right Answer is: C
The first statement should be sentence B as it introduces the theme of the passage i.e. ‘no-sugar diet’. Sentence A should be the second sentence as it tells the health benefits of decrease in sugar intake. The third sentence i.e. C further adds on sentence A by giving an example of the same. Sentence D aptly concludes the passage by giving an advice that before starting to no-sugar diet, one should consult a doctor.
Hence, the correct answer is option C i.e. BACD.