Don’t Drink Coke If You Have Any Of These Medical Conditions
Don’t Drink Coke If You Have Any Of These Medical Conditions.
Coke is a famous soda in Nigeria, loved and consumed by many people.
It’s that perfect boost when we are tired or it’s a sunny day.
I perfectly agree that coke is a good appetizer to us however there are 3 set of people who should desist from taking it frequently as their health conditions doesn’t go with it.
Coke is made from carbonated waters, sugar, caffeine, phosphoric acid. This forms the basic ingredients for it’s production.
Now take a look at all the ingredients, you would realize that none is actually so good for man and has very low nutrients.
In as much as we love to drink coke, it’s not so good for our health.
Below are medical conditions that shouldn’t go with frequent drinking of coke
It’s a condition that causes higher than normal blood sugar levels affecting your heart, nerves, blood vessels and kidneys.
The type 2 diabetes is more common in adults.
A diabetes patient is said to avoid sugars, a regular 100ml coke contains 10grams of sugar.
Just imagine consuming this amount of sugars regularly, your health conditions would definitely worsen.
As a diabetic patient you should take lots of water in place of sodas.
Ulcer is a sore that develops on the lining of the esophagus, stomach or small intestine.
Ulcers occur when stomach acid damages the lining of the digestive track
Ulcer patients aren’t advised to take caffeine, alcohol and acidic foods and coke has all of these in its content.
Coke also has a relatively high amount of sugar which could likely upset the stomach of an ulcer patients.
Overweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health.
When you’re obese, you need to cut down on your calorie intake. Coke does have relatively high amount of calories and drinking it regularly would result in added weight.
Substitute your sodas with water instead.
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