Pharmacist publishes scary moment by moment description of the effect Diet Coke allegedly has on drinkers’ bodies. A British health expert has issued an astonishing health warning about the alleged dangers of Diet Coke. Niraj Naik, who runs a blog called the The Renegade Pharmacist, claimed the low calorie fizzy drink rots teeth, encourages the body to pile on fat and even mimics the effects of cocaine. He has drawn up a timeline detailing the effects of swigging a can of Diet Coke, which is marketed as a healthy alternative to full-fat, sugar-packed Coke. The pharmacist’s warning comes after he released an infographic about the dangers of Coke, which quickly went viral across the world. When you first swig a can of diet coke, Naik alleged, phosphoric acid begins to attack your teeth. The chemical aspartame then “trigger taste receptors and trick your body into thinking it has just processed sugar”.
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