Generally, many do not know all the negative consequences of this beverage which have caused it to our health. Worst of all is that it is in a large amount given to children, which can lead to unexpected consequences.
This “poison” is carbonated soft drinks!
According to scientific research, here’s how it acts in the body:
The first 10 minutes
One cup contains 10 tablespoons of sugar, which is 100% of the daily permissible dose. In the body is entered phosphorus, which strengthens the taste.
After 20 minutes
There is an increase of glucose and insulin, which leads to the conversion of sugar to fat in the liver.
After the third 40 minutes
The caffeine in the drink is completely absorbed by the body within a period of 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 the feeling of fatigue.
After 45 minutes
Secretion of dopamine increases, which significantly affects that you feel good and this effect is similar to that which gives heroin.
Around 60 minutes
Magnesium, phosphoric acid, zinc and calcium leads to an increased digestion. This is connected with the massive amounts of sugar and artificial sweeteners, which limit the excretion of calcium through the urine.
After 60 minutes
Diuretic properties of caffeine start to act and all minerals, including magnesium, calcium and zinc, which are useful for the bones, then excreted in urine.
Dissemination of sugar in the body is in the final stage. You feel full of energy and you can expect frequent mood changes.
Together with the carbonated drinks, the body exerts all the water and nutrient particles, necessary for the functioning of the organism.
Finally, the risk of developing diabetes increases significantly.
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