I sat tight on Pepsi, Mountain Dew, and Coca-Cola sugar free last year. She could drink up to 3 liters of such drinks per day, ignoring pure and mineral water.
I felt the results of such a drinking regime after 3-4 weeks. My symptoms of gastritis intensified, my tooth enamel began to fly and darken.
I had to temporarily switch to oatmeal jelly and mineral water to get rid of unpleasant symptoms.
I recommend building your drinking regime on plain and mineral water in order to always feel good and not to dehydrate yourself.
With care and understanding,
sports nutritionist, weight loss specialist with hypothyroidism.
I love soda. For 6 years now I have been drinking a liter of cola every day, with a height of 168 I weigh 48, teeth, skin, hair and nails are in good condition. Sometimes I really do boot days. But I can't imagine my life without cola.
As already said, in theory it is possible, but this is associated with health risks.
For reference, studies have shown that when taking 450 Kcal of a sweetened drink (read lemonade, juice, energy), a significant increase in weight is observed body. Interestingly, with the same amount of calories from solid foods, this effect will not be. Those. at least you should get fat.
Yes, in the answers they shared their experience about the monthly use of lemonades and "losing 10 Kg", but this could also be due to a higher level of stress and increased physical activity.
In general, there are many myths about drinks on the Internet, I advise you to watch videos on the channel where he talks about everything in detail.
As far as I know, the acidity of cola is less than the acidity of the stomach, so this will not lead to an ulcer. But diabetes is quite possible. The enamel of the teeth will also be destroyed.
I have experience replacing water with cola. During that period, I had big problems in my life and did not want to eat at all, and I decided (I was young and stupid) to drink cola so that the body could function. In general, I lived in this mode for a month, surprisingly my stomach did not hurt and my teeth did not turn into rotten stumps, I also lost ~ 10 kg, but I do not recommend such a "diet" to anyone, because there were acne instead of facial skin. And I think I'm lucky that I didn't ruin the gastrointestinal tract.
When soda gets into your mouth, its strong acidity begins to destroy the enamel of your teeth, and microorganisms in your mouth begin to eat sugar. This can cause tooth decay. The jar contains up to 46 grams of sugar. Your tongue's receptors sense this and send a signal to your cerebral cortex, activating your pleasure center, which wants more and more. If you replaced the recommended 8 glasses of water per day with soda, then you would be absorbing 5432 more calories than you should. And this is one of the biggest problems with soda.
Besides, after living on soda it is difficult to switch to water, because when you want to quench your thirst, you need less water, and you will want to drink more soda.
In general, in theory it is possible to live on soda, but it is unhealthy.
The body of any person needs clean water, and from the constant use of sweet soda, the stomach will bend and problems with other organs of the digestive tract will appear.