Soda is one of the most consumed beverages in the world, second only to water. But what’s happening inside the bodies of soda consumers with each sip?
With a little research, it becomes clear that even moderate consumption of soda can be dangerous. According to Nation's Press, these are the dangers of consuming soda:
First 10 minutes
One cup contains 10 tablespoons of sugar, which is 100% of the daily dose. The phosphorus responsible for flavoring also enters our body.
After 20 minutes
There is an increase of glucose and insulin levels, which leads to the conversion of sugar to fat in the liver.
After 40 minutes
The caffeine in the drink is completely absorbed in the body within 40 minutes. Blood flow increases and the liver begins to produce more sugar in the blood. Your brain begins to block the hormone receptors of adenosine, which prevents fatigue.
After 45 minutes
Secretion of dopamine increases, which significantly affects your mood, and this effect is similar the one from heroin.
After 50 minutes
Magnesium phosphate, phosphoric acid, zinc and calcium lead to an increased digestion. This is associated with enormous amounts of sugar and artificial sweeteners, which limit the excretion of calcium through the urine.
After 60 minutes
Diuretic properties of caffeine begin to act and all minerals, including magnesium, calcium and zinc intended the bones and are then excreted through the urine.
After a little more than an hour
Assignment of sugar in the body is in its final stage. You feel full of energy and can expect frequent changes of mood.
To further see the negative effects of soda to our body, watch the video below.
Source: Healthy Food House
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