Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Connection Between Obesity And Periodontal Disease?

I found this brief but interesting article at the Newsfix.ca website

Apparently researchers at Case Western University have found a connection between the two problems.

They speculate that replacing milk and citrus drinks with soda is to blame.
Less calcium and vitamin c coupled with increased sugar and acid could be the connection.

Of course, this makes sense.  Many health oriented people have made their case against acid diets and acidity in general.    Of course, we know that calcium is important to health as well.

Perhaps one day there will be warning labels on every soda can and bottle, just like on packages of cigarrettes?  

Drinking soda can kill you?    What are the odds we will ever see that on a soda can?



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