Coca-Cola formula is addictive
“While cocaine was removed from Coca-Cola long ago, the current formula is even more addictive. Each can of Coke contains a full 10 teaspoons of sugar, over 110% of your recommended daily intake. According to the Cleveland Clinic – women should take in no more than 6 teaspoons per day, men, no more than 9. Too much sugar can cause weight gain, diabetes and high blood pressure, all of which raise the risk of heart disease. Because your body knows this, if you took this much sugar in directly, it would cause uncontrollable vomiting. To overcome this, Coca-Cola adds phosphoric acid to cut the sweetness and trick the body.”
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