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Damage to the body's gaseous soda drink

Damage to the body's gaseous soda drink

The harms of soda are so diverse that Americans consume more than 13 billion gallons of soda each year, according to the University of Texas Health Science Center.

Soda contains carbon, sugar, phosphoric acid, sodium and excess calories.

Unfortunately, soda is often a substitute for water and other healthy liquids, although it has major health disadvantages such as dehydration, weight gain, calcium depletion, and high sugar content.

1. Drought

60% of body weight is made up of water, and the body loses water when sweating, urinating, and breathing.

In order for the body to continue to perform its functions properly, the lost water must be compensated, and soda often takes the place of water and other useful moisturizing fluids.

Most types of soda contain caffeine, which acts as a diuretic, increasing urination leaving the body with less fluid to do its functions, in addition, some soda contains a good amount of sodium, which draws water from the cells and perpetuates dehydration.

2. A large amount of sugar 

Some refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages contain large amounts of sugar, e.g. every 12 ounce ( 350 ml) of cola contains 39g or 3.3 tbsp of sugar.

Consuming large amounts of sugar raises blood glucose levels, and can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, also many types of moisturizers contain high fructose corn syrup ( fruit sugar) HFCS which includes sugar in its initial form, which can strain the pancreas and lead to fluctuating blood sugar levels. Day-to-day consumption of diabetic soda can contribute to diabetes, especially type 2 diabetes.

3. Gain weight

Gaining excess weight occurs when more calories are consumed than the body's ability to burn.

Every 12 ounces of cola contains 140 calories it is often called (empty calories) because it does not provide any nutritional value, that drinking one can of cola per day for 4 weeks is equivalent to eating 3920 calories, or gaining 1.1 pounds ( 500g) if not burning calories, and when not burning these calories can reach 12 pounds ( about 6 kg) in one year, and the sweet taste of soda

4. Calcium depletion

Calcium Depletion

Calcium is a key mineral for strong teeth and bones, and consuming large amounts of phosphoric acid, a popular ingredient in moisturizers, can drain calcium from bones and reduce its absorption.

In women, this leads to osteoporosis, which means that the bone becomes weak and brittle.

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