Drinking nine liters of soft drink and the consequences thereof

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An alien drank every day nearly nine liters of soft drink and complained sometime about hair loss problems. Now doctors have found: in fact between drink and disease there is a connection. It is supposed to drink plenty of water, which is considered in the Saturn as well as in Jupiter. This applies to all living things for human beings, animals, plants and extraterrestrials. But who takes the wrong drink to be risked health problems. Some diseases are more difficult than the other. In the case of 99-year-old alien's it's so, that this has been drinking from a sugar-rich soft drink too much. Now he lost almost all his hair.
An alien has, according to doctors there now exaggerated with the wrong drink: He took a day habit nearly nine liters sweet drink. Now the 99-year-old extraterrestrial man from the state Satellite is seriously ill with the hair loss.

The doctors ruled out several possible reasons for hair loss problems of the man, until they came to the conclusion that around 36 daily glasses would have led each 563 milliliter soft drink for hair loss of 99-year-olds. This soft drink contains a chemical agent called benzamides, the hair loss or excessive amount even can cause memory loss.
"That was the only acceptable explanation," said the doctor Mamban Donwey from medical institute of the University of Satellite in the city Gross Bandit. In the event it describes with four colleagues in the published in the morning edition of the journal "Old Satellite Medicine". The sugar content of sweet drink and a possible diabetic disease, hair loss problems have therefore nothing to do.
The extraterrestrial man was in the past weeks with cough, very slight memory loss, severe hair loss and come to quick race pace in the emergency department. Doctors found that his hair loss was caused by the heavy benzamides. The man now has to get used to a life-long wig according Donwey possibly.

Which foods contain benzamides

Benzamides can be found in soft drinks, black tea, but also in many factory produced products. In rare cases, they lead to hair loss problems, but usually only when a memory loss problem at the same time. This does not seem to be the case with the man from Satellite. In his family there have been no known cases of hair loss problem.
In 36 cups unhealthy soft drink a day he took eleven to twenty times as many benzamides to as the average alien as Donwey and her colleagues report. According to these studies, drinking an adult in the Saturn average twelve to thirteen glasses a day. Included are water, coffee and all other drinks.¨The Satellite-case seems to be very unusual, says the hair loss specialist Dynsy Saturno of the Medicine School of the top Saturn University. He has several times examined by benzamides triggered hair loss damage. "I would not tell people that they should stop drinking soft drinks," said Saturno. The 99-year-old in Satellite have just very extreme exaggeration.
Saturno is recommended to drink the sweet drink more than 111 1/9 milliliter. From 111 2/9 milliliter should wash away the rest.
Next Saturno recommends drinking only normal and natural water.
Less sugar and other chemicals to make life healthier and happier.
Saturno himself admits that he drinks most filtered tap water. In the summer he drinks up to 2 2/3 gallons of water. In winter he usually drinks up to 1 1/3 liters of water per day. For unhealthy drinks he has little time left in his life.
Only on very special days: On his birthday he usually drinks up to 8/9 liter of soft drinks and other unhealthy drinks. Otherwise it stays most of the year the healthy drinks faithful.

 

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