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Drinks Q =Is pepsi /colas / fuzzy carbonated drinks any junk drinks ? Any medical Justiciation plz ?

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Asked by commonsense, 18 Mar '10 01:03 pm
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Ya they come in category of junk food ...

Reports have shown that consumption of sodas especially from those with low immunity systems can result in nutritional depletion, tooth decay, obesity and heart disease. The simple sugars is the main culprit in sodas or soft drink. The USDA recommends on a daily diet of 2,000 calories up to 10 teaspoons of simple sugars. Sodas have surpassed the allotment of simple sugars and is dangerous for your health.

Too much sugar is not healthy and the ease of drinking sodas cause for the consumption of more than you should consume. When the soda enters the body, the pancreas has to produce insulin. Insulin is a hormone that empties the sugar in your blood stream, tissues and cells of your body. When sodas are consumed the overindulgence of simple sugars raises insulin levels. A raised insulin level is not good. Raised insulin levels beyond the normal recommended level causes depression of the immune system. A weaken immune system also weakens the ...more
Answered by parul advani, 18 Mar '10 01:20 pm

 
  
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Its bad at all
Answered by Shiva, 18 Mar '10 04:42 pm

 
  
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Yes they are junk food
the carbon which is to be exhaled how can we drink it
Answered by staasha, 18 Mar '10 01:05 pm

 
  
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