Soft drinks, sodas or carbonated drinks, call them whatever you like, they have so many negative consequences to our health.
It can also cause unexpected damage to the health of our kids, and they also drink it in large amounts. According to a scientific research, this is what happens to your body when you consume soda.
THE FIRST 10 MINUTES
One cup of soda contains 10 tablespoons of sugar, which is 100% more than the recommended daily needs of the body and the permitted dose. In the first ten minutes after you drink the soda, the phosphorus, that is intensifying the taste of the drink reaches to the body.
AFTER 20 MINUTES
The level of glucose and insulin in the blood increases and it leads to transformation of sugars into fat in the liver.
AFTER 40 MINUTES
The caffeine that is contained in the soft drink is completely absorbed into the body, within 40 minutes. Blood flow increases and the liver begins to produce more sugar in the blood. Your brain then starts to block the receptors of the hormone known as adenosine, which prevents the feeling of fatigue.
The secretion of hormone dopamine increases, which significantly affects on the good mood. This is an effect that is similar to the effect that use of heroin has.
Magnesium, phosphoric acid, zinc and calcium speed up the process of digestion. This is directly connected to the massive amounts of sugar and artificial sweeteners, which limit the excretion of calcium through the urine.
AFTER 60 MINUTES
Diuretic properties of caffeine are now starting to work to the maximum, and all minerals, including magnesium, calcium and zinc that are needed for the bones, are in this moment excreted into the urine.
SOMETHING MORE THAN OVER AN HOUR
The deployment of the sugar in the body is in the final stage. You feel full of energy and you can expect frequent mood swings.
YOU ALSO HAVE TO BE AWARE:
Together with carbonated drinks, all the water and needed nutrients that are needed for the normal functioning of the organism are excreted from the organism. The risk of developing diabetes is significantly increased with the regular use of carbonated drinks.