Coca-Cola, call it "cola," "pop," or "soda," is one of the most popular cola brands, with millions of people drinking it daily. But have you ever questioned what happens to your body and is Coke unhealthy for you?
Regular-flavored Coca-Cola provides 39 grams of sugar per 12-ounce can, 77% of your daily maximum. However, a few drinks might cause a sugar surge and collapse.
Sugar-sweetened drinks are linked to obesity and type 2 diabetes. Cokes may raise your risk of several illnesses, particularly if you consume them often.
Many people associate Coke with thirst-quenching memories because to its deep mahogany hue. However, this dark tint may eventually cause yellowish-brown, decaying teeth.
Drinking Coke sometimes is OK, but some research show that drinking it routinely may shorten your longevity.
Coke has added sugars and no fiber, protein, or health fats—three nutrients that promote satiety. "Too many added sugars can cause weight gain."
Coke offers very little nutrition—but it is a liquid, and therefore can help support a person's hydration status.