|This Drink Will Damage Your Kidneys|
Kidneys purify blood, hormones, toxins, absorb minerals and neutralize acids - that is, how vital our kidneys are and how essential they are to the functioning of our body and deserve to be spared a little . The damage and damage that they accuse often go unnoticed, these organs, even strained, are able to function with 20% of their capacities. Yet no one is safe from kidney disease, especially if it is caused by a drink that many of us drink.
Our kidneys, these indispensable filters for life are daily under pressure. Many factors and some of our habits can destroy the kidneys silently, without any pain happening. The good health of our kidneys is conditioned by our way of life and what we consume. A boo boosted for its stimulating effects is one of the sworn enemies of our kidneys. Mary Alwood, like many young people, paid for the expenses. Its history should alert more than one.
Energy drinks are popular among young and old. They promise to give wings, to move their minds or to give aplomb. Promises that despite the sound of the health authorities continue to lure 5 million consumers in France. This type of beverage has its boosting effect in atomic doses of stimulants such as taurine (this is not bull piss but an amino acid), caffeine, glucuronolactone (sugar produced by the liver from Glucose), ginseng and guarana.
These energy drinks, when combined with alcohol or sports, potentiate cardiac or neurological disorders. The combo can be fatal! Several revelers gave themselves wings in discotheque by ingesting the explosive mixture RedBull vodka, before feeling their heart to race, trembling and vomiting.
Testimony of an addict to RedBull who was able to get out of his addiction
Like many people who were addicted to the RedBull, Mary Alwood was 22 when she had been tempted by this drink, with a can from time to time to give her strength. Mary bit on the hook and hooked on the taste of RedBull which soon became an addiction that even replaced her meals. At the peak of her consumption, Mary spent up to 2,800 euros per year on energy drinks.
A daily need quickly became a dangerous addiction
After four years of addiction and consummation, Mary had gone from one can to a day to twenty. His health was going to pay the high price. A first liver crisis gave the warning signal. He was rushed to the hospital where he was given tests. The doctors could not get over what they had discovered.
The twenty cans that Mary drank every day had seriously damaged her kidneys and her liver, which was fibrous and lumpy and twice voluminous than normal. The doctors had thought that Mary was a chronic alcoholic.
Mary had also gained enormous weight, going from a size 44 to a size 52. It was finally after this crisis that could have been fatal to her that the change took place. Mary had reached a stage of intense fatigue. His weaning was gradual, not without sequels. Fragile and on her nerves, Mary was anxious and panic-stricken, she lived it as a bad time to pass and waited for the effects to fade. The young woman had to drink no less than 6.5L of water a day and pay attention to her diet to regain her weight before.
Mary now wants to alert on the dangers of energy drinks, she wants to pass a message. "I drank from RedBull to give me a boost, but it quickly turned into addiction, I did not care about the consequences, it was a drug that I needed every day. In this kind of drink, do not fall into the trap.
The harmful effect of these energy drinks and other sodas is without appeal. These "soft" beverages are responsible for many health problems including diabetes, obesity, sleep disorders or osteoporosis. If you're just as addicted, it's time to wean you. To help you, replace them with sparkling water or detox, iced tea, fresh juices. So many healthy alternatives that it is good to abuse.