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Drinking cola increases risk of osteoporosis

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Drinking cola increases the risk of osteoporosis in older women, according to US researchers who measured bone mineral density at the hip and spine in 2,500 people who drank cola but no other carbonated beverages.

Drinking cola increases the risk of osteoporosis in older women, according to US researchers who measured bone mineral density at the hip and spine in 2,500 people who drank cola but no other carbonated beverages.

It shows cola is associated with lower done density in women. Cola drinkers had a lower total intake of calcium but not of milk.

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2006) 84: 936-942

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