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Carbonated drinks

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  • 1. CARBONATED DRINKS PRESENTED BY: Jahanzeb Hasan Ansari M-10010
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  • 3. WHAT ARE CARBONATED DRINKS ???
    • Carbonated drinks are light, sweet water-based drinks that have carbon dioxide added to make them bubbly or fizzy.
    • Carbonated drinks often contain added acid which is mostly phosphoric acid which can cause the pH to fall as low as 3.
    • The true culprit of carbonated drinks is not the carbonation, but instead a fruit sugar called fructose. Fructose is quickly taken up by the liver, where it is turned into fat & may also lead to liver cirrhosis & cancer.
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            • -There are many sugar substitutes which are present in these drinks. Sugar substitutes break down into toxins.
            • -For example, aspartame breaks down into the toxin formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is linked to breast cancer, damage to memory proteins in the brain, and multiple sclerosis. -Another artificial sweetener, sucralose, is glucose with three chlorine atoms attached & remains undigested.
            • -Caffeine: Caffeinated drinks can cause jitters, insomnia, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, elevated blood cholesterol levels, vitamin and mineral depletion, breast lumps, birth defects.
  • 5. Types of Carbonated Drinks soda Coffee
  • 6. carbonated water Sparkling wine(champagne)
  • 7. Energy Drinks Juices
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    • There are no nutritionally beneficial components in soft drinks. Soft drinks mostly consist of filtered water and refined sugars.
    • Drinking a single 330 ml can a day of sugary soft drinks translates to more than 1 pound (0.45 kg) of weight gain every month.
    DISADVANTAGES
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    • The high amounts of sugar in soft drinks cause pancreas to produce an abundance of insulin, which leads to a "sugar crash".The "sugar crash" is evidenced by lethargy,loss of interest in work and sleepiness. Chronic elevation and depletion of sugar and insulin can lead to diabetes
    • Researches have shown that overconsumption of fructose, particularly in the form of soft drinks, leads to an increase in blood pressure
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    • Frequent consumption of soft drinks increases the risk of osteoporosis,esp in people who drink soft drinks instead of calcium-rich milk.High soda consumption in children poses a significant risk factor for impaired calcification of growing bones.It has been claimed that acidic ingestion from carbonated drinks can lead to leaching of Ca from other parts of the body.
    • Below a pH of 5.2, the enamel of teeth is dissolved.The acidity can dissolve the mineral content of the enamel, making the teeth weaker, more sensitive, and more susceptible to decay. Soda's acidity makes it even worse for teeth than the solid sugar found in candy.
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    • Large quantities of cola result in enhanced kidney stone formation.It's because of their acidity and radical mineral imbalances. Body must buffer the acidity of soft drinks with calcium from our own bones.As this calcium is eliminated through your urine, it slowly forms kidney stones.
    • Consumption of too many soft drinks puts us under increased risk for liver cirrhosis similar to what chronic alcoholics have.Plus there is increased risk of fatty liver diseases.
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    • Carbonated drinks can cause burping. Burping sends stomach acid to the esophagus, possibly forming cancerous lesions over time. Due to this reflux it may also cause HEART BURN or Acid Reflux Disease.
    • These drinks act as dehydrating diuretics. Both caffeine and sugar cause dehydration.Caffeine is a diuretic and causes an increase in urine volume.High concentration of sugar is drawing off water because kidneys try to expel the excess sugar out of the blood.
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    • Soft drinks so acidic that they can eat through the linining of an aluminum can if stored for long.Alzheimer patients who have been autopsied, all have high levels of aluminum in their brains.
    • High doses of caffeine can cause irritability, restlessness, tension, insomnia, high blood pressure, gastrointestinal disturbance, excessive urination, irregular heartbeat and other side effects. artificial sweetener aspartame. 92 different health side effects associated with aspartame
  • 14. There Are So Many Healthy Alternatives!

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