9 reasons to avoid all soft drinks

Carbonated beverages can give you a refreshing feeling, but cause serious health damage.

Lossing essential nutrients


People who drink carbonated soft drinks instead of healthy drinks (for example, low-fat milk and pure fruit juice) will find it difficult to get enough vitamin A, calcium and magnesium. Moreover, carbonated soft drinks contain phosphoric acid, which loses calcium and magnesium - two nutrients that help keep immunity working at the highest efficiency.

Risks of diabetes

All types of carbonated soft drinks contain corn syrup, high fructose content which can also lead to more free radicals, related to tissue damage, developing diabetes and diabetes complications.


The harm of plastic bottles

Plastic bottles contain a toxic chemical called bisphenol A (BPA) that can be contaminated from bottles into water and into the body. Emerging evidence has linked BPA to many diseases, including immune system decline. Public health experts recommend that we protect children from exposure to products that contain BPA, especially products consumed or used by children daily.


Gaining weight

Carbonated soft drinks really contribute to weight gain. One study of 1,550 people concluded that people who drink diet carbonated soft drinks increased 41% the risk of being overweight or obese for each can or bottle they drink every day. Any sweetness signals your body cells to store fat and carbohydrates, making you hungry. Sweetness also promotes the release of insulin, preventing the body's ability to burn fat. There are no studies that prove that diet carbonated soft drinks will help you lose weight.

Too much sugar loaded into the body

A carbonated soft drink can contain 10 teaspoons of sugar. That's a lot of sugar! When you give your body sugar in liquid form, it causes blood sugar to rise rapidly and cause an insulin reaction in the body. Drinking carbonated soft drinks regularly can eventually lead to weight gain, diabetes, insulin resistance, and other health problems.


Chance of dehydration

Drinking carbonated soft drinks can lead to dehydration because of high levels of sugar, sodium, and caffeine. Many people will drink soft drinks during meals instead of water and forget to drink essential water every day.

Chemical sugars

Diet soda contains aspartame instead of sugar, and it can actually be more harmful to the body. The report shows that aspartame may be associated with epilepsy, brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, emotional disorders, as well as other health problems.


Lack of nutrients

If you need another reason to stay away from carbonated soft drinks, then it is completely without nutritional value. Drinking carbonated soft drinks does not bring any positive effects even though it can be delicious.

Ruining your teeth

Drinking carbonated soft drinks regularly can cause plaque to build upon the teeth, leading to tooth decay and gum disease. Also, when natural bacteria in the mouth eat sugar from soft drinks, it forms acid, leading to tooth decay.

By: Jimmy Saunders

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