We all know that Coca Cola has a lot of sugar and that going far away, we could use it to clean the toilet. But it remains a mystery what this drink causes in our body. Now, thanks to Niraj Naik, brain of the site The Renegade Pharmacist (The rebel pharmacist) We know what a refreshing can of Coca Cola does in our system for the first hour after drinking it. And it's not nice.
First 10 minutes
10 tablespoons of sugar enter your system at once (100% of the recommended daily consumption). You do not vomit immediately because of the overwhelming dose of sugar due to the phosphoric acid that cuts off the flavor.
At 20 minutes
The level of sugar in your blood reaches the top, causing an insulin explosion. Your liver responds by turning all possible sugar into fat (there are large amounts at this time).
At 40 minutes
The caffeine absorption is complete. Your pupils dilate, your blood pressure rises and the liver pumps more sugar into the bloodstream. The adenosine receptors in your brain are now blocked to avoid drowsiness.
At 45 minutes
Your body raises the production of dopamine by stimulating the pleasure centers in your brain. Physically, it works in the same way as with heroin.
At 60 minutes
Phosphoric acid binds to calcium, magnesium and zinc in the small intestine, giving a final boost to metabolism, which must process high doses of sugar and artificial sweeteners that increase the excretion of calcium through the urine.
After 60 minutes
The diuretic properties of caffeine come into play (make you urinate). Now it is safe to evacuate the combination of calcium, magnesium and zinc that was originally directed to your bones, as well as sodium, electrolytes and water.
While all the delirium caused by the ingestion of Coca Cola goes off, your body begins to experience a shock caused by sugar. You can become irritable and / or slow. You have literally expelled all the water that was in the Coca Cola through the urine, but not before injecting valuable nutrients that your body could have used to hydrate your system or strengthen bones and teeth.
I have discovered that an agent triggering frequent diseases such as obesity, heart problems and diabetes is the consumption of a particular substance that is found in many processed foods and beverages: fructose, in the form of corn syrup, which contains it in high amounts. People are completely unaware of this danger Naik has written on the site.