This is What Happens In the First Hour of Drinking A Coke

Former UK pharmacist Niraj Naik wanted to investigate why people were suffering from obesity and other related diseases even when they were on a low fat diet.

“I actually discovered that a trigger factor for many widespread diseases of the west such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes could be closely linked to the consumption of one particular substance found in many processed foods and drinks – fructose in the form of high fructose corn syrup.”

During the course of his research he put together this infographic which shows you exactly what happens when you intake coke (of which I’m a total fiend).


“It is also often found in ‘low fat’ supposedly healthy alternatives and even many popular weight loss products because food with the fat taken out simply tastes horrible. High fructose corn syrup in combination with many other additives are usually added to enhance the flavor.”


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“Fructose is actually only metabolized by the liver and it’s very similar to ethanol (the alcohol in drinks).  When you consume it, it’s actually like ethanol but without the high. It confuses the liver and ends up making lots of bad fats in the process.  It also doesn’t signal your brain that you are full.  This is why people can drink massive cups of fizzy drinks which are high in fructose and still eat huge meals containing refined foods that are also full of fructose.”

You can read the entire article here while drinking your plain water.

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