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Death Drink - Fatal Facts
About This Dangerous Drink

From Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.

This was translated from what I believe is Arabic.  
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 Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder
 Mission Possible World Health Intl

 Fatal Facts About This Dangerous Drink

If you are a fan of health-related issues, you've probably already had a duplicate list of harm to drink. A drink of sugary water and no nutrients that will pave the way for obesity and diabetes. But if you are looking for more reasons to completely dismiss drinks, take a look at the stranger list of bitter truths that have been discovered about this sweet drink in the world of scientific research, from the side effects of artificial sweeteners such as sucralose and other additive that have led to a decline. They will be memory.

 We will review the list below.

 Unusual fats in unusual places

 With regard to drinking discomfort and as one of the latest bad news for the beverage industry, Danish researchers found that drinking non-herbal drinks led to a significant increase in fat accumulation in the liver and skeletal muscle, both of which could contribute to insulin resistance and diabetes Lead up The study found that people who ate an ordinary beverage for six months each day had an increase of 142-132 percent in liver fat, an increase in skeletal fat of 221-117 percent, and a 30 percent increase in fat and triglyceride levels in blood and fat in other organs of the body. Also, the consumption of this size of the beverage in people compared to those who consumed other drinks, such as water or milk, resulted in an increase of 11% in cholesterol.

 Increased abdominal fat intake due to dietary intake

 It is not surprising that drinking all of that sugar in ordinary beverages causes obesity, but even dietary drinks are overwhelming: Researchers at the University of Health Sciences in Texas monitored 475 adult adults for 10 years. The results of the study indicate that people who ate a diet of juice, compared to those who did not consume any syrup, were overweight in 70% over the next 10 years.

 People who consumed more than two diet drinks each day had a 500 percent increase in their waist (five times!). Another study done by the same investigators on mice suggests that aspartame is a factor in increasing blood glucose and leading to To gain weight. When our liver is exposed to high blood sugar, it adds fat to fat.

 Caramel Carcinogenic Color

 In 2011, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, located in Washington, filed a lawsuit with the Food and Drug Administration to use the artificial caramel color in Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and other Cola Brown drinks The color is usually forbidden. The reason was the presence of two contaminants in this color (4-methylimidazole and 2-methylimidazole) that cause cancer in animal samples. The threat posed to the center is unnecessary given the fact that coloring the beverages is merely an aesthetic aspect.

 In the Carcinogenicity List of California, it is strongly recommended that avoiding 65 chemical substances; only 16 micrograms of daily intake of 4-methylamyedosol is enough for a person to have cancer in one person. This is while most brown drinks, both diet and normal, contain a portion of 200 micrograms of this material in a half-bottle.

 Accelerate the aging process

 The disadvantages of both non-diabetic and non-diabetic beverages are that they all have phosphate or phosphoric acid; poor acidity that creates a sharp drink in the mouth and increases the shelf-life of the beverage. Although it is found in many foods, such as meat, dairy, and brains, high levels of phosphoric acid can lead to heart and kidney problems, muscle cramps and osteoporosis. In addition, in a study of the relationship between phosphoric acid intake and the rate of aging, it was found that in a study published in 2010, mice exposed to a high-phosphate diet were five weeks earlier than Mice die when the amount of phosphate in their diet was normal. This is a matter of concern and anxiety when we know that in recent decades acidic companies have increased phosphoric acid production.

 water pollution

 The artificial sweeteners used in the beverages are not decomposed in our bodies, nor even sewage treatment equipment can trap them before returning to the water cycle. In 2009, Swiss researchers took samples of water treatment plants, rivers and lakes in Switzerland, and noticed levels of potassium sulfamide, sucralose and saccharin, all of which were used in dietary drinks or used previously. . A recent survey of 19 urban water sources in the United States shows the presence of sucralose in all of them. It is unclear how much these effects have on humans, but past research suggests that sucralose in lakes and rivers disrupts some food habits.

 Brains of Drinks

 Dentists have been named for the condition that children suffering from a high-energy drink called Mountain Dew, the mouth of the Montane Dive, is said to have been mouthfully damaged by a large number of tooth decay due to the high sugar intake of this beverage. It is seen. The Mantle Dewey brain will probably be the next term medical term that is named after this product. Brominated vegetable oil (BVO), which is added to the drink to prevent the separation of flavoring materials, is an industrial chemical used in plastic materials to prevent flammability. This substance, which is used in conjunction with citrus and citrus drinks in addition to montinium two, is known to have a significant effect on memory and nervous system disease when consumed in excess. Researchers also think that, like materials that prevent flammability in foaming sofas, this chemical in beverages will increase body fat and may affect behavioral disorders, infertility, and heart muscle lesions. Interestingly, the use of BVO as an additive to food in the EU and Japan is prohibited.

 Hormone disorders Drug disruptions are

 not only relevant to their storage containers; all aluminum cans of the beverage have an epoxy resin called bisphenol A (BPA) that is used to prevent acidic reactions with cans. The role of bisphenol A is known to cause end-diarrhea and is associated with various types of diseases, from infertility to obesity, diabetes and some types of reproductive system cancers.

 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have introduced drinking cans found in restaurants, universities, and other fast food companies as a source of exposure to this chemical. While Pepsi and Coca-Cola are competing hard to produce the first 100% canisters, known as BPA's canisters, neither of them are willing to use aluminum-free cans without BPA.

 Animal death

 Before you go to bottles instead of aluminum cans, take a look at the pictures of the rivers, beaches and rivers in the country, the accumulated mass of dumped water, bottles that are often unbreakable. What you may not see in these pictures are birds, turtles and other animals that often mislead these food waste and bring a lot of it into their bodies, but they are not able to digest it. Ultimately, these accumulated plastics will lead to their death. It is estimated that thousands of living creatures die each year.

 Side effects of genetic engineering

 Take a look at the list of ingredients in the beverages. You will probably see that most of the material is extracted from corn. Approximately 88 percent of the American production is genetically engineered for resistance to poisonous pesticides, or genetically engineered to produce anti-infectious substances. Due to the rigorous regulations of some governments, and the intense control of manufacturers over who can investigate these genetically modified seeds, there is no human study that can confirm or rule out the safety of these products. However, independent scientists in their animal research have found that the use of genetically modified genetically modified products (GMOs) is associated with digestive tract damage, accelerated aging and infertility.