If you are drinking soda on a regular basis, you may not be drinking enough milk and could have a calcium deficiency, which slows bone growth. Poured directly on a bone, acidic liquids can dissolve certain minerals in the bones. Note that acerbic acid, an ingredient in many sodas and soft drink mixes, is an acid that can have this effect. Nothing should happen to your bones so long as the soda never touches them directly. You teeth, on the other hand would fall off if they were not as strong as they are, with enamel and such.
The same as they do to human bones
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Soft drinks have long been suspected of leading to lower calcium levelsand higher phosphate levels in the blood. When phosphate levels are high andcalcium levels are low, calcium is pulled out of the bones. The phosphatecontent of soft drinks like Coca -Cola and Pepsi is very high, and theycontain virtually no calciumSince Cola contains phosphoric acid, the acid will react with calcium (bones) and form a salt. Negative effect
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No. There is no reason to believe and more importantly no relevant studies that link cola drinks with weakened bones. Instead the problem usually comes from a lack of calcium in the diet.
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it can make you bones weak and you also can get fat
it makes you really week and all the mass comes out of your bones hope this helps :)
yes coca-cola drinks are true solutions, not colloidal solutions
What are the drinks that contains caffeine
you spelled coca-cola wrong.
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Their core products are soft, carbonated drinks.
It's a popular cola flavoured soft drinks that was established in 1886 and is still going. I found about. This on TV, One the latest Coca-Cola drinks that's been around for a couple of years is the Coca-Cola Energy Drink!
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Yes - cola drinks contain caffeine.
wines, beers, strong drinks (Ã…Â£uicÃ„Æ’, fruits brandies, cognac, vodka, etc.), soft drinks (Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola and many others), mineral waters
coca cola, lemonade (fizzy drinks)
Caffeine is a stimulant that can cause an elevated heart rate and increases alertness. Cola soft drinks that are decaffeinated do not have any caffeine added to them.
The carbon dioxide which is dissolved in all fizzy drinks.