People who watch their diet and keep track of what they eat and drink already know that coke should be avoided. This is what any doctor will advise you to do.
The chemicals and sugar contained in fizzy drinks ruin your health. They are addictive and getting rid of this bad habit is not that easy. Do not drink Coke if you want to stay fit and healthy.
What harm does Coke do?
1. Bad teeth
Cavities occur when we consume too many sugary and acidic foods and drinks. Coke is no exception. It contains both and ruins the enamel. To fix the problem will cost you money. Dental work is never cheap. Of course, you can try and brush your teeth after drinking sodas, but the smarter choice is to avoid them and drink water instead.
2. Risk of diabetes
Carbs is another name for sugars. Most foods contain a lot of carbs. Pouring Coke on top will only make the problem worse. It takes only 20 minutes to increase your blood sugar. Its extremely hard to treat diabetes hence we suggest you should stop drinking all brands of sodas, Coke included.
3. Poor metabolism
Do not trust commercials where you see famous sportsmen drinking Coke after a training session. You will keep piling up pounds merely by drinking Coke because sugary sodas slow down your metabolism and your body does not burn fat as efficiently. Drink plain water!
4. Aspartame affects inner organs
Aspartame is still being studied. It is known to cause a lot of diseases. It does not really matter which type of Coke you opt for you are ruining your body anyways.
5. Coke affects fertility
Regular consumption of Coke might have a negative impact on your reproductive system. The chemicals that most fizzy drinks contain lead to defects in your organs that are responsible for reproduction. Avid Coke fans should bear this bad news in mind.
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