The sweet taste of pop is so pleasant that carbonated drinks have become one of the biggest sources of calories in our diet. But it is quite safe for our health!
Sweet drinks are sold everywhere! Even if you want to buy a normal water, it is usually still have to search, for fast-food outlets, supermarkets and kiosks is literally inundated with sugary drinks. Even more noticeable ubiquity Cola, Pepsi, and just like that happens when you decide to completely abandon their use.
For many years, sodas gaining market with persistent and aggressive advertising, organized by the manufacturer. The sweet taste of pop is so pleasant that carbonated drinks have become one of the biggest sources of calories in our diet. Particularly prone to the use of carbonated water youth and young adults. And if someone can not give it up at all, it must, at least, to reduce its consumption to a minimum. The habit of anything — it's almost always a negative thing, even if it is prone to fizzy drinks. Besides carbonated water has an adverse effect on human health, such as:
Overweight and obesity.
Drinking a single 330-mililitrovuyu jar of sweet drinks a day, you get about 0.5 kg weight loss in a month. And the relationship between the consumption of sugary drinks and weight of the body is very sturdy. Scientists have found that with each additional jar of sweet drink the risk of obesity increases 1.6 times.
According to studies, the probable cause of obesity in people receiving calories from soft drinks, some is their inability to reduce the intake of calories from other sources. So, if you can not give up banochik Cola — have to give up desserts!
Detrimental effect on the kidneys.
Three-year study of more than 1,000 volunteers with kidney stones has shown that people who do not consume soft drinks, renal colic are less common. The main reason — the presence of carbonated beverages phosphoric acid. And absolutely all carbonated beverages content of the acid is high.
It is worth noting that experts believe renal colic — the most powerful and agonizing pain that man can feel.
Carbonated drinks have a high acidity, some of which the pH is 3 or less.
The acid dissolves the minerals in the enamel, causing the teeth become fragile, more sensitive and more prone to fracture. Drinking beverages with high acidity for a long time (especially in small sips) as a result may lead to the destruction of tooth enamel.
Therefore, dentists recommend drinking fizzy drinks through a straw — then the liquid goes directly to the back of the mouth and not in contact with the teeth so aggressive. Incidentally, it is not recommended to brush your teeth immediately after drinking carbonated water, as due to acid may be further erosion of the teeth.
Deleterious effects on the liver.
Israel recently conducted a study in which found that the use of carbonated beverages can cause liver disease. Israeli scientists have found that people who drank a liter of pop a day, fatty liver occurs five times more often. Even one or two cans of pop a day increases the risk of liver disease as well as diabetes and heart disease.
The contents of soft drinks is high acidity. So high that it can eat away at the bottom ball of aluminum cans. If a jar of unsold in the store too long, this aluminum is ingested, who bought it. Meanwhile, the opening of people with Alzheimer's disease showed a high content of aluminum in their brain. The presence of heavy metals in the body can trigger the development of a variety of neurological and other diseases.
The high sugar content in carbonated beverages causes the pancreas to produce more insulin. And after a while there comes hypoglycemia (when blood sugar drops sharply). Hypoglycemia is characterized by the following symptoms: lethargy, apathy and lethargy.
Persistent swings in blood sugar levels can lead to diabetes and other metabolic disorders. This is especially detrimental effect on growing bodies. Health consequences may be irreversible.
Reducing the level of potassium in the blood.
It was found that people who drank 2 to 9 liters of cola daily, rapidly developing fatigue, loss of appetite and nausea. This is due to hypokalemia — a condition where the level of potassium in the blood drops too low.
Bone fragility and risk of osteoporosis.
Frequent consumption of soft drinks may also increase the risk of osteoporosis, especially in people who drink these beverages instead of other things, including milk.
Regular consumption of soft drinks children a major risk of disruption of the normal process of bone formation in the growing organism.
There is a scientifically proven inverse relationship between consumption of carbonated beverages and bone mineral density in girls, which increases the risk they have brittle bones later in life.
Lack of nutritional value.
With the exception of fortified sweet drinks, regular pop contains very few vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein and other nutrients, or not at all. In addition, soft drinks displace from the diet of water, milk and juice.
Increased blood pressure
Specialists are reasonably expected that excessive intake of fructose (a form of sugar that is present in soft drinks) provokes a rise in blood pressure.
Carbonated drinks are potent diuretic that is, they take fluid from the body, causing it to dehydrate. Even for learning present in carbonated beverages sugar needs a certain amount of liquid. To fill derived liquids to drink 8-12 glasses of plain water for every glass of soda.
Does not help even use diet sodas, but we do believe that they have fewer calories and sugar, while providing us with a pleasant taste and a charge of energy. Recent studies show that diet sodas are not less harmful to our health, they contain aspartame, which can cause depression, insomnia, neurological disease and a host of other diseases.
Here are some tips on how to wean yourself from carbonated drinks:
Buy the normal drinking water instead of soda.
If you find it difficult to skip the usual water, buy bottled and over time add to it a few drops of lemon or lime juice.
If you like the carbon dioxide-enriched beverages, drink fizzy mineral water.
Keep a bottle of mineral water, or dining room is always on hand to attack with the desire to drink soda, you could use it.
Prepare yourself for the fact that at first after giving up sugary drinks you will be a state of hypoglycemia (drop in blood sugar). It will pass quickly.
Remember these simple but very useful tips, and soon after seeing the results, you yourself will convince the people around you to give up soda.