Cola Can Coating Could Cause High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Cancer

December 9, 2014 1:15 PM

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Fizzy drinks are known to be harmful in the past, but only because of their high sugar content. Now, a team of researchers have found how the coating present on most cola cans, which contains a compound known as bisphenol A (BPA), could raise your risk of being affected by high blood pressure.

BPA is commonly used to coat most cans and plastic bottles, and tends to leach into foods and drinks, thus entering the body. The team of researchers from Korea have found that drinking from such cans could increase the concentration of BPA by 1600% as compared to consuming foods from glass containe...

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