There are a lot of people who drink soda and other carbonated beverages especially this time of year, but from a doctor’s perspective there are some key insights on why drinking soda is bad for your smile.
Drinking soda and juices full of sugar can be devastating for your smile. Soda is full of sugar, but it also has been linked to many health issues like diabetes, cavities, obesity and tooth even decay. Soda is mostly sugar with corn syrup, which makes it very toxic to your body.
The effects sugar can have on your oral health are illustrated below.
Damaging to Your Bones
Prosperous acid can weaken your bones and it will damage your teeth. The acid found in soda is nothing but a pure chemical, which will eat away at your teeth and bone structure. It can also weaken the bodies’ ability to function properly. Tooth discoloration is also a side effect and it is common as well. Avoid drinking sugar filled drinks like soda and diet soda, which will prevent acid corrosion in your bones and on your teeth.
The brownish color that you see in soda-pop is derived from chemicals. The chemical Carmel is very toxic and will hurt your teeth. The chemical is made in a factory and it won’t add any flavor it is only cosmetic for looks.
Aspartame Aspartame is added into diet drinks. It is impossible for your body to digest. It is often combined with amino acids and even deadly methanol. Methanol is a form of acid that is in other drugs like meth. Diet soda is very deadly to the body.
High Fructose Corn Syrup
High fructose corn syrup is foreign to the body it is not a natural substance; it is a very concentrated, a solid type of sugar. It is fructose that is derived directly from corn. It will turn into fat in the body instantly. High fructose corn syrup will often trigger high cholesterol and it can make you a lot hungrier. This is one of the reasons some people gain weight when they drink soda.
Tooth Problems Food dyes will always cause problems in your body including your mouth. Soda has food dye inside of it and drinking it will increase your blood sugar levels. It will make people hyperactive and it will also impair many people’s brain function. Drinking soda regularly can cause tooth decay and damage to your smile. It is one of the major contributors to cavities in America. It will also cause discoloration of your tooth enamel. Always drink water or natural fruit juice instead, says Doctor Randy Morgan, a dentist in Newberg Oregon.