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IN Health & Fitness ON 21 Feb, 2016
We humans just like everything even take our food habits as granted. What we consume, eat or drink matters a lot for our body and its well-being. Today’s modern generation especially youth rely on junk food, cold drinks and unhealthy food.
These eatables or drinks damage our bones and the whole body from inside as well as every organ gets harmed in its own way.
Each year, 57 gallons or 215 liters of soda is consumed by per person in America. This distressing number is an indication of constant health decline in the United States.
Recently the bone mineral density (BMD) was conducted in 2005 and tested 1413 women and 1125 men. And the researchers analysed that the most women who consume soda every day have lower BMD.
The phosphoric acid present in Cola causes phenomena and dismantles calcium within your body bones.
A can of coke per day adds an extra amount of calories in our diet leading to increased weight up to 14.5 pounds, near about 6.5 kilograms per year.
Extra fructose present as one of the primary ingredient in the soda can contain traces of mercury which harms the liver critically. Two cans of coke can make a huge difference to a healthy body.
A can of soda contains sugar equal to 10 teaspoons in liquid state. This with the passing time can lead to diabetes along with the insulin resistance.
The cola tends to raise the risk of cancer, and it goes hand to hand with other chronic ailments such as type 2 diabetes and many other problems.
Sugar present in colas hikes risk factors associated with cardiovascular diseases and many heart related problems. This also increases the chances of heart attack.
Artificial sweeteners are used as a substitute for sugar and is proved more dangerous for the body. It increases the liability of metabolic syndrome and cholesterol.
Sugary sodas or colas are highly acidic in nature and create environment bad bacteria in the mouth. This creates havoc on dental health over time.
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