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Under the Eugenic plans of the globalists, Phosphoric acid is used in cold drinks to weaken the bones of a person by excreting calcium. Phosphoric acid is present in most of your favorite cold drinks including Pepsi, Coke and all of its sub-products that are present in the market. There have been many studies done about the health hazards of Phosphoric acid.Phosphoric acid, as been linked to lower bone density in epidemiological studies. For example, a study using dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry rather than a questionnaire about breakage, provides reasonable evidence to support the theory that drinking cola results in lower bone density. This study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. A total of 1672 women and 1148 men were studied between 1996 and 2001. Dietary information was collected using a food frequency questionnaire that had specific questions about the number of servings of cola and other carbonated beverages and that also made a differentiation between regular, caffeine-free, and diet drinks. The paper cites significant statistical evidence to show that women who consume cola daily have lower bone density. Total phosphorus intake was not significantly higher in daily cola consumers than in nonconsumers; however, the calcium-to-phosphorus ratios were lower.
Phosphoric acid has low vapour pressures at room temperature and is not expected to present an inhalation hazard unless a mist is generated. Mists can probably cause irritation of the nose, throat and respiratory tract. A mechanic aboard a ship transporting 4000 tons of phosphoric acid was apparently exposed to phosphoric acid vapours three times for 20 minutes/exposure while attempting to repair a leak. Weakness, dry cough, chest pain and shortness of breath developed 7 to 8 hours after exposure. This worker still experienced symptoms of reactive airways dysfunction a year after the exposure. A co-worker with similar exposure died due to acute respiratory failure. The circumstances of the exposure are not well-defined and it is not known if the phosphoric acid was heated (for example by welding) while the workers were trying to repair the leak. Toxic phosphorus oxides can form upon heating phosphoric acid. We very well know that the phosphoric acid present in drinks is highly carbonated so the generation of mists is very probable.
Phosphoric acid in soft drinks, causes tooth rot as well as digestive problems . Dentists are reporting complete loss of the enamel on the front teeth in teenaged boys and girls who habitually drink sodas.
Normally the saliva is slightly alkaline, with a pH of about 7.4. When sodas are sipped throughout the day, as is often the case with teenagers, the phosphoric acid lowers the pH of the saliva to acidic levels. In order to buffer this acidic saliva, and bring the pH level above 7 again, the body pulls calcium ions from the teeth. The result is a very rapid depletion of the enamel coating on the teeth. When dentists do cosmetic bonding, they first roughen up the enamel with a chemical compound-that chemical is phosphoric acid! Young people who must have all their yellowed front teeth cosmetically bonded have already done part of the dentist's job, by roughening up the tooth surface with phosphoric acid.
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