THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS ONE HOUR AFTER DRINKING COKE (45 MINUTES IN IS SHOCKING)
Perhaps you dont know that only one can of Coca-Cola can make significantly change of work of your body.Also weakening of your immune system-toxic for your health, even for those who choose to drink Coke regularly.
Let see what is happening to your body in 10 minutes
There are 10 tablespoons of sugar in one can, and for about 10 minutes after you finish drinking sugar starts moving through your body and absorbed all. That amount of sugar consumed at ones makes you vomit, yet thankfully to the phosphoric acid you notice the incredible sweetness of the Coke.
20 MINUTES TO 45 MINUTES AFTER
Body starts to work with other chemicals and sugar.Now insulin levels are spiking.It is trying to process the sugar as quickly as possible.The excess sugar is going to be turned into fat-which stays in your body until you burn it off.After 40 minutes of drinking liver will start absorbing all the caffeine.This is increasing blood sugar levels, temporary increases energy, and high dopamine levels makes feel happy and excited.
YOUR BODY ONE HOUR AFTER COCA-COLA
Body’s efforts to get rid of sugar and phosphoric acid through urine, lower your calcium, magnesium, and zinc levels and you start to feeling dehydrated.Coca-Cola is diuretic and now your body flushes out water and an electrolyte.Right after the sugar and caffeine buzz, slowly it will worn out, and so your body is no longer high in energy given by extra sugar.Now a sudden blood sugar and energy drop happens- it can make you irritable, tired but also needy for another can of Coca-Cola.
One can of Coca-Cola is bad enough. It influences body functions and danger comes if you consume Coke in a day basis.Incredibly important to stop that habit. You should consider switching to flavored water or tea because they boost your hydration levels -no negative health effects.Now replace the Coke with another fizzy drink or diet soda. When you break body depend on Coca-Cola, you will feel more energetic than you have in years.