Aerated drinks are loaded with sugar, which can contribute to excess calorie intake and lead to weight gain and obesity when consumed regularly.
The high sugar content in soft drinks can lead to insulin resistance and an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes over time.
The acidity and sugar in aerated drinks can erode tooth enamel, leading to cavities, tooth decay, and gum problems.
Carbonated drinks can cause gas, bloating, and indigestion due to the carbonation and acidity, which may aggravate digestive issues.
Excessive consumption of sugary soft drinks is associated with an increased risk of heart diseases, including hypertension and high blood pressure.
High sugar intake, especially from fructose found in many soft drinks, can lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Some studies suggest that the caramel coloring used in cola drinks may contain carcinogenic substances, potentially increasing the risk of cancer.
Soft drinks contain phosphoric acid, which can leach calcium from your bones, potentially leading to weakened bones and an increased risk of osteoporosis.