Why drinking from a can may be dangerous. are unclear, research on chronic exposure has linked it to high blood pressure and heart rate issues. Urine tests showed that those who drank from cans saw BPA levels up to 1,600% higher than those who drank from bottles, according to a post at Eureka Alert.
Correspondingly, is Coca Cola bad for your health?
However, the phosphoric acid in the beverage dulls the sweetness, enabling us to keep the drink down. Blood sugar levels increase dramatically within 20 minutes of drinking the Cola, explains Naik, causing a burst of insulin. The liver then turns the high amounts of sugar circulating our body into fat.
Which is more healthy Pepsi or Coke?
"Pepsi is sweeter than Coke, so right away it had a big advantage in a sip test. Pepsi is also characterized by a citrusy flavor burst, unlike the more raisiny-vanilla taste of Coke. Turning to nutritional content, Pepsi has slightly more sugar, calories, and caffeine. Coke has slightly more sodium.