Within 10 minutes of drinking one 330ml can of regular coke, 10 teaspoons of sugar will rush into your internal system, which is two and a half more than the recommended allowance for one day.
The sugar hit is so intense, he says, that you would normally vomit, but for the phosphoric acid which inside the coke ‘cuts the flavour’ so you can keep the liquid down.
In the next 40 minutes or so your pupils will dilate, your blood sugar will spike and you’ll get a huge caffeine hit.
After 60 minutes and the ‘rave’ inside of you is complete, you will crash, need to urinate, and become irritable. You’ll probably want another coke.
Niraj said: "Coke is not just high in high fructose corn syrup, but it is also packed with refined salts and caffeine.
"Regular consumption of these ingredients in the high quantities you find in Coke and other processed foods and drinks, can lead to higher blood pressure, heart disease,diabetes and obesity.
"If you care about your heart, health and mind then please remember this article next time you reach for that bottle of Coke!" (credit: Ruth Halkon)