It is not uncommon to mistakenly swallow fishbones especially if we eat a lot of fish. Sometimes some of these fishbones may accidentally gets stuck in the throat and may become a medical emergency if it is not successfully removed in the house. According to medical news today, chocking is a leading cause of death among infants and fourth leading cause of death among preschool children.
Popular Nigerian human right activist, businessman, and author Reno Omokri has replied to a fan who claimed Nigerian Coke is not a good as abroad's Coke. Reno Omokri made a post on Twitter and he said that the real cost of Coke or other soda drinks is not the money people pay but the real cost is the health implications of Coke and other soda drinks.
Aside from energy (calories), sugar provides no nutrition which is why it is often referred to as 'empty calories'. Consuming too much of it has also been linked to a number of health conditions and inflammatory changes in the body. However, if you can't do without your dose of sweetness, here are some natural sweeteners that are way better than sugar you can eat.
Do you know that there are certain drinks you should avoid if you are suffering from diabetes? Diabetes is a deadly disease that is often considered chronic due to the fact that most people suffering from diabetes, never recover. They only keep managing their blood sugar level till they breathe their last.
Do you know that there are certain liquid substances diabetics should avoid and there are substances they should take more often? Many people including diabetes patients are not aware of this fact, so we are going to examine that in this article. If you are suffering from diabetes and wondering what liquid substances are bad and the ones.that are good for you, do well to read this piece till the end.
Urination is one of the most common ways for the human body to eliminate waste and undesirable items. The excretory organs of the human body are where these waste products exit the body. If these waste products are not eliminated in a timely manner, the body may suffer significant damage and illness.
Reno Omokri has started a challenge for his followers on his official Twitter handle, the challenge which is expected to last for the whole of September has to do with the well-being of those who can take up the challenge. The challenge may look very simple for many who do not constantly take carbonated drinks or drinks with caffeine and others, especially the coke brand and other processed and packaged juice in packs.
Too much of everything is bad especially when it comes to things that affects our health. Drinking carbonated drinks once in a blue moon will not give negative effects on your health but drinking it on a daily basis will definitely affect your health big time. Medical personnels always advice people to stay away from carbonated drinks or exchange it with fresh fruit drinks or juices because they are more healthier.
Do you know that there are certain foods that can cause frequent urination? These foods are regarded as bladder Irritants and they are capable of causing constant urination if they are taken excessively, so there's need to cut down on the way you take such edibles to avoid having a disrupted day by visiting the restroom more times than normal.
Studies have shown that water is the best liquid to be used in taking medication but many people compromise when it comes to this aspect. Taking your drug with water also helps push the medicine down to the stomach more quickly. Research has also shown that for drugs related to pain relief, inflammation, or allergies, tested beverages should not be used as substitutes for water when ingesting these medications.
Aside their benefits of quenching thirst, energy and body building, and even as a good 'therapy' in raising blood sugar for patients with low blood sugar, carbonated drinks have their side effects which are harmful to the health. 1. Stomach ulcer Carbonated drinks are so called because of the presence of carbon dioxide.
Coca-Cola is one of Nigeria's most well-known soft beverages, produced by the Coca-Cola factory. Carbonated water, sugar, caffeine, and caustic phosphoric acid are all used in the manufacture of Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola intake in excess causes unwanted health problems. There are no additives that are very low in dietary supplements among the ingredients used in the production of this soft drink.
A lot of people can hardly go a single day without drinking soft drinks. These soft drinks are also known as sodas or minerals and they are processed or manufactured with excess amount of sugar in them. The truth is, there are no discussions about whether soft drinks are healthy or not.
Are you aware that taking soft drinks or carbonated drinks has some side effects on the human body? Many of us have formed the habit of taking soft drinks whenever we are tasty and sometimes even drink these highly sugary drinks in the place of water which is a more healthier and better fluid for the body.
It's not uncommon to have a glass of cola with pizza while out with friends, or to have a can of soda with a wonderful burger while watching a movie at home. If you look attentively at any fast food restaurant, you'll notice that sugary sodas are nearly a standard.
Bloating happens when the gastrointestinal tract (GI) is filled with excess air or gas. Your GI runs from your mouth to your anus; it is made up of your whole digestive system. Bloating is a swollen sensation caused by the retention of fluid or gas.
Soda is bad for human health due to the amount of sugar that it contains. soda take a great role in weight gain, tooth decay, and tooth loss. when you consume a lot of sugar you can gain a lot of weight, daily intake of soda can cause obesity or overweight which can lead to type 2 diabetes.
Soda drink is a drink that can also be called soft drink, fizzy drink, soda pop, or just plain-old pop. When consumed in excess, added sugar can adversely affect your health. Soda drinks are drinks that contain carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup (sugar), caramel colour, caffeine, phosphoric acid, citric acid, natural flavours, carbon dioxide, organic diol, and Brominated vegetable oil (BVO).
Have you ever been in a situation where you are tempted to add water to a sugary or carbonated drink in the bid to reduce the calories? This is quite common and most people do this because they believe adding water to the drinks would help reduce the effect of the sugar in the body but this is in fact not backed up by any scientific evidence.
(Freepik) A regularly functioning body simply regulates its water intake – by feeling thirsty. What is the reason for such sensitivity and attention to water? In fact, everything is not as simple as it seems. Sometimes the problem is that many people use tea, coffee, smoothies, sodas, compotes, kvass, wine, beer, etc., instead of ordinary water.