This Drink Is Full of Cancer Causing Chemicals and Can Destroy Your Bones!

Although everyone knows that drinking soda has many health risks, people
continue consuming the sugar-filled beverage. Did you know that more
than 75 billion dollars worth of soda is sold every year? This led to
increased risk of obesity, diabetes, heart diseases, tooth decay etc.

Wondering whether to drink that can of soda? Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t.

1. Soda causes fat gain
Drinking non-diet soda can lead to an increase of fat buildup around the
skeletal muscles and liver. This leads to diabetes. One Danish study
shows that people who drank ordinary soda, every day for 6 months, had
an increased liver fat, triglyceride blood fat, skeletal fat and
increased cholesterol.

2. Soda can cause osteoporosis

All sodas, regular and diet, contain phosphoric acid or phosphates,
compounds that improve the soda’s shelf life. Too much phosphoric acid
can cause muscle loss, kidney problems, osteoporosis and can accelerate
the aging process. It can also cause bone loss while the caffeine can
interfere with the calcium absorption. Drinking too much soda can
decrease your bone density and increase the risk of getting
osteoporosis.

3. Soda contains cancer causing additives

Many sodas contain artificial caramel coloring. This coloring contains 2
compounds that are known to cause cancer in animals. One research shows
that only 16 micrograms of these compounds are enough for cancer
threat. The shocking part is that one bottle of cola contains 200
micrograms.
4. Soda can cause your teeth to decay

Kids and adults that drink too much soda are called “Mountain Dew
Mouth”. This name was invented by dentists which explain that people who
consume a lot of soda end up with a mouth filled with decaying teeth.
Soda contains citric acid that erodes the enamel, which is actually the
core of the tooth.

5. Drinking soda can lead to many diseases


Insulin resistance: 
Too much sugar can make your cells become resistant to the effects of insulin.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: 
Consuming soda, which
contains a lot of fructose can overload your liver, which will turn the
fructose into fat. The fat remains in the liver and causes a
non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Heart Disease: 
Consuming drinks that contain too much sugar
can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Just one drink per day
can increase the risk of having a heart attack by 20%.

Dementia: 
Researchers have found a link between dementia and
an increase in blood sugar. Consuming a lot of sugary drinks impairs
your memory which can eventually lead to Alzheimer’s.

Type 2 diabetes: 
Drinking one can of soda per day can increase the risk of getting type 2 diabetes.

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