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WORLD’S MOST DEADLY DRINK that many people consume daily

WORLD’S MOST DEADLY DRINK that many people consume daily

OHMYGOSSIP – Everybody that takes care of their health knows that nowadays there are thousands of products that have been excessively processed and contain harmful chemicals, preservatives and colourants that do not benefit the body at all. Digestion of such chemical compounds is very stressful for our organism.

After learning this info you will never drink soft drinks again.

Everybody knows that soft drinks and carton juices are not healthy, because they contain large amounts of sugar. Lots of sugar and glucose will cause problems such as: hypertension, obesity, heart failure, arthritis, clogging of arteries, etc. Taking this into account, it is not at all unimportant.

The most sugar has been added to Coca-Cola that is loved by so many. For example, when we consume one bottle of Coca-Cola, these processes in our organism will follow:

10 minutes later: you have received the daily amount of sugar, it has a big impact on your body
20 minutes later: the liver modifies sugar into fat
40 minutes later: glucose enters the circulation, this elevates blood pressure, pupils dilate
45 minutes later: the body starts to produce dopamine, heart rate goes up

Taking all these factors into account we can conclude that we can bring along heart failure very easily and this is very thought-provoking.

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Article source: Ohmygossip.ee




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