Forum Thread: Damaged Metabolism and Tissue Problems After Consumption of Carbonated Water

Most of the companies engaged in the production of carbonated and mineral water, use an old tap water for the production of its product. This water may comprise adding fluoride, chlorine and traces of toxic heavy metals such as lead.

Damaged metabolism and tissue problems

Almost every ingredient of carbonated beverages has the potential to disrupt the metabolic activity in the body. So, most drinks contain corn syrup. The presence of this substance is associated with an increased risk of developing metabolic syndrome, which can eventually lead to the formation of abdominal fat, the development of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.There are other side effects of carbonated water as well.

Warmer risk of obesity - thousands of studies have shown that daily consumption of carbonated beverages increases the risk of obesity is 1.6 times.

kidney problem. Many sodas high in phosphoric acid, in the end closely linked with kidney problems and kidney stones.

Asthma . Carbonated beverages often contain a preservative called sodium benzoate, which is added to prevent bacterial growth and spoilage. While this hinders the development of microbes, sodium benzoate, and also affects the human body, causing the development of asthma.

Developing osteogenesis . Phosphoric acid in soda makes the bone fragile, leading to increased diuresis calcium in the skeletal system and the body. Over time, this can lead to a weakening of the bones, and even the development of acute stages of osteoporosis.

The harm of carbonated water

Carbonated water significantly affects the work of the heart . The beverage may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in a short time after the start of use. High consumption of sugar causes the liver to produce more triglycerides, which increases the risk of heart attack. Daily consumption of soda beverage, causes an increase of cholesterol by 11%.

In addition, many soft drinks contain caffeine, which can increase blood pressure and increase the load on the heart. Some studies have shown that men who drink soft drinks every day, experiencing an increased risk (20%) of having a heart attack. Other studies have shown that the increased risk of heart attack and stroke from the daily use of carbonated water can reach 48%.

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