There is some bad news for you who are fond of soda! More recently, there was a young man addicted to drink soda as to lose all his teeth, when he was aged 25 years.
As quoted Dailymail.co.uk, a man named William Kennewell from Australia and works as a staff at a hotel in the land of kangaroos that.
According to his testimony, he often ignores warning dentist who claimed that soft drinks can rot your teeth. As a result, he now no longer has teeth and wear full dentures at the age of 25 years.
Kennewell addiction to sugary drinks is even making himself suffered blood poisoning. “I drink between six and eight liters of soft drinks are mostly cola, every day,” said Kennewell.
“I was told that the normal person has about 23 teeth, but I only had 13 teeth and it all had to be removed,” he told The Advertiser.
Kennewell, who lives in Salisbury, 15 km north of Adelaide, adding, “This habit started because I did not like the water and worked in the hotel industry, which has easy access to drink coke.”
“Because my teeth were rotting so badly, I finally had blood poisoning and made me sick. But, my health improved with dentures. ”
Australian health experts are currently using Kennewell addiction as a case study to demonstrate why children should avoid fizzy drinks.
Dr. Jason Armfield, senior researcher at the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health, also called for health warnings on soft drink labels should include description of the risk of tooth decay.
Armfield also do as much research as 16,800 Australian children. As a result, he found that 56 percent of those aged between 5-16 years consuming at least one sugary drink – soft drink or juice – every day.