back to the problem with SODA
Drinking soft drinks takes away from drinking water, which is necessary to hydrate our bodies. Hydration of our internal organs enables them to function properly, removing waste and toxins, representing the best care for our skin...giving us youth and vitality.
Numerous studies show soft drink consumption leads to Nothing Good. Here are some facts why:
A 12oz can of soda contains 45mgs of caffeine ~ up to 100mgs in some.
Kids who consume soft drinks display a risk of bone fracture 3 to 4 times higher than those that do not.
For people over 40, soft drinks can be especially unhealthy as kidneys are less able to excrete excess phosphorous, causing depletion of vital calcium ~ increasing the risk of osteoporosis
Soft drink consumption interfered with metabolism of iron and diminishes nerve impulse transmission.
For people who take antacids, soft drinks can interact and cause constipation, calcium loss, hypertension, nausea, headaches and kidney damage.
According to a new study published by the Journal of American Heart Association, drinking 1 or more carbonated soft drinks a day may significantly increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.