After popping the top of an icy cold soda, consumers enjoy a tingly stream of liquid delight. But drinking too many of these of sugary beverages can leave us feeling anything but refreshed. Many people may be surprised to know that diet drinks may contain the same ingredients that are found in regular drinks: phosphates and phosphoric acid. These are the additives that give soda that tangy burst of flavor. Phosphoric acid can be found in foods, but an excessive amount of these can launch a powerful assault on many organs, including the heart, liver and kidneys, and also lead to muscle loss.
In today’s video we’ll address 5 of the health risks that are linked to too much soda.
2. Weight Gain
3. Additives Can Cause Cancer
4. Tooth Decay
5. Triggers the onset of at least 4 Diseases
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