How does stopping drinking soda benefit your health?

How does stopping drinking soda benefit your health?

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  1. If it has sugar in it, that will be at least one ounce less of sugar per beverage, if it has caffeine in it, you may have a headache for the next couple of days from withdrawals depending on how much you drank to begin with,
    if it has no sugar or caffeine, you will belch less, generally it is a healthy thing to quit doing especially in excess.

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  2. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, drinking soda increases the risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity. Drinking soda and other sugary beverages is also linked to decreased bone density and gout. When you stop drinking soda, you decrease your likelihood of developing these conditions. Studies performed by Harvard found that drinking one to two cans of soda per day increased the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes by 26 percent. Drinking soda regularly also increased the likelihood of a heart attack by 20 percent and gout by 75 percent. The same study found that having an otherwise healthy diet did not eliminate the effect of drinking soda. In other words, even when a healthy weight and a nutritious diet were maintained, drinking soda caused adverse health outcomes.
    Dr. Frank Hu, Professor of Nutrition and Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health found that decreasing soda consumption decreased the likelihood of obesity and obesity-related diseases. He also found that there is an inverse relationship between soda and milk consumption. In other words, drinking less soda is correlated with drinking more milk. Soda contains high levels of phosphate. When more phosphate is consumed than calcium, it causes bones to deteriorate. Replacing soda with milk increases calcium intake while reducing phosphate intake, leading to healthier bone density.

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  3. Depends on the soda.
    If you drank the stuff with sugar in it, your blood sugar will be more stable, and you will find it easier to control your weight. That much sugar is VERY unhealthy.
    If you drank soda with caffeine, and aren’t replacing the soda with some other source of caffeine, then there will be a rough adaptation of a few weeks while you get used to that. Lots of drowsiness. Eventually it passes.
    If you drank caffeine-free diet soda, scientists now believe that artificial sweeteners have a bad effect on insulin regulation—your body thinks it is getting sugar and responds accordingly, which can trigger food cravings. Now that will be gone.
    Your teeth won’t discolor as much.
    YOu will have a lot more money in your pocket, because those cans and bottles really add up.

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  4. You can get immense benefits after quitting soda . Some of the benefits are weight loss, reduce sugar and it also help in avoiding bone fractures.

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  5. The main benefit I felt (quit soda two years ago) was the loss of that sense of “fullness” after a great meal, or even when I drank soda by itself. Heartburn is also rarely now, and overall I feel much better than before — though I also practice exercises regularly, which I think is very helpful too.

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