You could say almost everyone likes to drink soda because it tastes refreshing. But if you include people who often drink soda, so beware of the body parts below.
The latest report from scientists at Bangor University showed too much to drink soda can alter the workings of the body’s metabolism thus potentially increasing the risk of type 2 diabetes. In addition other diseases such as heart, liver failure or hypertension are also lurking.
“If you know what a soft drink for our bodies, then you’d think the water might be a better choice,” said study leader Dr. Hans Peter Cabbage, as quoted by The Sun, Saturday (11/08/2012).
Here are the parts of the body that can accept the bad effects of drinking soda, namely:
Consumption of soft drinks too much can make someone look old before its time. Harvard University study in 2010 found mineral phosphates in soft drinks can accelerate the aging process in mice. Although there is no direct evidence in humans, but experts advise to avoid the toxicity of this phosphate.
Research from Tufts University in the United States found the consumption of fizzy drinks too often can increase the risk of osteoporosis. Phosphoric acid present in soft drinks can upset the balance of calcium is important for building strong bones.
University of British Columbia found that approximately 85 percent of the toes painful condition more common in men who frequently drink soda. Fructose sugar content in soft drinks increases blood levels of uric acid in the primary trigger gout.
Too often consume soft drinks can affect the chemical compounds produced in the brain that affects a person’s behavior. U.S. study found adolescent boys tend to be more aggressive and visible in the violence.
Studies in the British Dental Journal found four cans of soda daily consumption could increase the danger of erosion of the teeth, even on a diet soda. The cause is citric acid which causes pain and teeth become sensitive.
The experts from the University of Miami reveals those who drank one can of soda a day were 61 percent more likely to have cardiovascular problems, so that he is at higher risk of heart attack and stroke.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide said the possibility of soft drinks affects the lungs with an increased risk of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (lung condition that can not be cured).
Consumption of two cans of soda a day can make a person have a 2-fold risk of pancreatic cancer, which is one type of cancer is difficult to cure. Functioning pancreas to release insulin which helps muscle cells burn sugar to produce fuel.
Sweetened beverages may increase the risk of preeclampsia, pregnant women exposed to risk by 27 percent this condition if he drank soda every day. Pre-eclampsia occurs when blood vessels in the placenta does not develop properly, thereby reducing the transfer of oxygen and nutrients to the baby.