How often do you consume soda drinks? Did you know that the consumption of only a can of soda per day is slowly killing you? The studies have shown that the consumption of 20 ounces of soda per day was linked to shorter telomere length in your white blood cells that actually make you 4.6 years older.
The Great Reasons To Stop Drinking Soda
There is ingredient banned in over 100 countries that is contained in soda
Brominated vegetable oil (BVO) is contained in 10% of soda flavors, which is banned by the WHO (World Health Organization) and 100 countries.
Soda is full of carcinogens
4MI is known carcinogen that has been connected to cancer in rats and mice. Diet Pepsi, Pepsi, Diet Coke and Coke contain 4MI – 4-methylimidazole according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Soda Leads to heart Disease
According to the American Heart Association, the consumption of one can of soda per day –diet or regular – is related with almost 50% increased risk of metabolic syndrome which represents a key predecessor of diabetes and heart diseases.
Soda Builds Fat Deposits in the body
According to the new Danish study, the consumption of soda increases the amount of fat in the muscles and liver and surrounding the organs in the abdomen.
Diet Soda Contains Aspartame
Aspartame is chemical that represents an addictive carcinogenic neurotoxin. It can trigger manic or bipolar depression, suicidal tendencies, hallucination, paranoia and mood swings. This chemical is particularly dangerous for the foetus in the womb and triggers birth defects and male dysfunction.
Aspartame attacks the brain cells creating excitotoxicity (toxic cellular overstimulation).
Soda Leaches Calcium from the Bones
Phosphoric that is consisted in soda prevents the growth of bacteria and mold and gives tangy flavor to soft drinks. Osteoporosis is caused by soda because soda leaches calcium form the bones.
Source: Complete Health And Happiness
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