Five Reasons You Should Stay Away From Soft Drinks

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While it might be refreshing to take a cold bottle of soft drink, you need to understand that it can do serious damage to your health.

It Makes You Gain Weight
Diet soda actually contributes to weight gain. A study of 1,550 people concluded that people who drink diet soda have a 41 percent increased risk of being overweight or obese for every can or bottle they drink per day!

Sweet taste signals body cells to store fat and carbohydrates, which makes you hungrier. Sweet tastes also promote insulin release, which blocks your body’s ability to burn fat.

They Contain Too Much Sugar
One can of soda contains 10 teaspoons of sugar. That’s a lot of sugar! When you feed your body that amount of sugar in liquid form, it makes your blood sugar spike and causes an insulin reaction in your body.

Drinking soda regularly can eventually lead to weight gain, diabetes, insulin resistance, and other health problems.

You Deprive Yourself Of Essential Nutrients
People who drink sodas instead of healthy beverages such as pure fruit juice are less likely to get adequate vitamin A, calcium, and magnesium.

More so, soda contains phosphoric acid, which depletes calcium and magnesium—two nutrients which help keep your immunity operating at peak efficiency.

You’re More Likely To Develop Diabetes
Sodas containing high-fructose corn syrup can also lead to a higher production of free radicals, which have been linked to tissue damage, the development of diabetes, and diabetic complications.

The Plastic Bottles Are Damaging
Plastic soda (and water) bottles contain a toxic chemical known as bisphenol A (BPA) that can leach from bottles into soft drinks… and into you.

Emerging evidence links BPA to a number of maladies, including immune system depression. Public health experts recommend that we protect children from exposure to products containing BPA—especially products they consume or use every day.

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