May 16, 2019

Wakeup-world | ~ Coca-Cola Caught Red-handed — Again ~ | Blogger: THIS sugar and acid eating fizzy drink is good for cleaning your toilet. Verdensalt has been very depended on this substance (and lying, stealing killing company who employs 700,000 people, revenue of $8.02 billion & pays no taxes) on/off in at least 42 years 🤦 ... Battery Acid PH (1) | Coca-Cola Classic PH (2.4) - Tsp. Sugar (10) | Pepsi Acid PH (2.5) Tsp. Sugar (11)...😧.. What happens when you mix the Aluminum Coke Cans in Acid and Base. Take a look...😟.. PS: While Pepsi Cans rust (iron), Coke Cans are made of Aluminum. The FDA has determined that aluminum used as food additives and medicinals such as antacids are generally safe 😁🙄🙅‍♂️... Aluminum is also in antacids, cooking (backing) acidic foods in aluminum cookware, aspirin, deodorants or anti-perspirants, vaccines, chemtrails in the skies and even flour... |

How does aluminum affect our health?

Unlike some other metals such as potassium, sodium, or magnesium, aluminum has no benefit or function in the body.
  • Aluminum creates oxidative stress on cells throughout the body, causing damage to DNA and aging on cells. (Source)
  • Aluminum-containing anti-perspirants keep the body from sweating and properly releasing hormones out of the body. This is a suspected cause of breast and prostate cancer. (Source)
  • Aluminum accumulates in bone tissue, thus weakening it. (Source) It is a suspected cause of osteoporosis.
  • "Once absorbed, Al accumulates in bone, brain, liver and kidney, with bone as the major site for Al deposition in humans." (Source)
  • Aluminum robs the body of magnesium, calcium and iron, and accumulates in the brain. "Trace aluminum levels cross the blood-brain barrier and progressively accumulate in large pyramidal neurons of the hippocampus, cortex, and other brain regions vulnerable in Alzheimer's disease. More aluminum enters the brain than leaves, resulting in a net increase in intraneuronal aluminum with advancing age. Aluminum is responsible for two main types of toxic damage in cells. As a pro-oxidant, aluminum causes oxidative damage both on its own and in synergy with iron. Aluminum also competes with, and substitutes for, essential metals-primarily Mg2+, iron and Ca2+ ions-in or on proteins and their co-factors." (Source)
  • Aluminum has been found to cause granulomas. (Source)
  • Aluminum is toxic to skin and creates oxidative stress (Source)
  • Aluminum is absorbed highly by abraided or irritated skin. (Source)
  • This study found that ionic aluminum created oxidative stress in breast tissue. (Source)

Coca-Cola Caught Red-handed — Again

May 16th, 2019

Contributing writer for Wake Up World

The Coca-Cola Company is no stranger to sneaky tactics. In addition to the scary health dangers of their namesake product that they actively attempt to hide, the soda giant has been caught influencing health policy and undermining public health initiatives — again.

According to a paper recently published in the Journal of Public Health Policy, Coca-Cola has been funding the research of several public universities, despite the company’s publicly stated goal of transparency. Coca-Cola announced increased transparency only after The New York Times revealed in 2015 that the company paid influential scientists to advance the message that exercising is the key to maintaining a healthy weight — not cutting calories. The company hoped that spreading the message would place less of an emphasis on the link between sugary drinks and obesity.

Gary Ruskin, co-founder and co-director of nonprofit food watchdog US Right to Know, was one of the authors of the paper. He stated that he is extremely motivated to pursue the research because of “Coca-Cola’s efforts to evade responsibility for its role in the global obesity epidemic.”

The study’s authors looked into five research agreements between Coca-Cola and Louisiana State University, the University of South Carolina, the University of Toronto and the University of Washington. Marion Nestle, Ph.D., a professor of nutrition and public health at New York University explained, “Companies that sponsor research make sure that they get what they pay for. Industry-funded research is marketing research, not scientific research.”

Despite Coca-Cola’s attempt to spread the message that the obesity epidemic is driven by a lack of activity, as opposed to indulging in sugar-based foods and beverages, the link between sugar and obesity is as strong as ever. Drinking just one soda a day may increase your risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome, along with stroke and dementia.

As an informed consumer, the convoluted logic Coca-Cola continues to use to protect their profit margins should be easy for you to spot. Ditch the soda and other sugary beverages and choose clean water, a cup of organic coffee or tea or a fresh homemade juice full of plenty of healthy veggies.

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