22 Deadly Reasons to Never Put a Bottle of Pop Near Your Mouth Again

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

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12. Heart Disease

The regular consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks significantly increases internal inflammation and the risk of heart disease. (23)

13. Kidney Dysfunction


A long-term study (eleven years) conducted by Harvard University found that two or more servings of diet soda per day doubles the incidence of kidney function decline. (24)

14. Liver Disease

Regularly drinking soda and other sugar-sweetened soft drinks increase the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. (25)

15. Blocks Magnesium Absorption

There are huge amounts of phosphoric acid in soda. Magnesium is an essential nutrient that is involved in over 300 metabolic functions in the body, including synthesizing fats, DNA, and RNA; regulating blood pressure, heartbeat, and blood glucose. It works in a symbiotic relationship with calcium and phosphorus. High phosphorus levels in the body block the absorption of magnesium and, in one study, caused severe calcification of the heart, kidneys, and tongue”. (26, 27)