Combining soda can prime your body to pack on pounds, a study indicates. Their bodies didn’t burn about a third of the calories provided by the sugary drink, researchers seen.
The participants burned less fat, and it took less energy to digest the meal. “If we’re adding additional carbohydrates on top of what is already in a meal.
Then that will have an impact on the body having the ability to utilize fat as an energy source, and it will most likely go into energy storage,” said lead researcher Shanon Casperson.
Six in half of the adults and ten kids drink at least one sugary beverage every day. Food includes three major types of nutrients — protein, fats, and carbohydrates.
Casperson and her team wanted to see how extra carbs in the creation of a sugary drink would affect the metabolism of proteins and fats. Samples were collected. Participants spent two full days in the room.
The meals consisted of potatoes, ham, cheese, bread and butter, and every provided 17 grams of fat and 500 calories. The participants had a drink with an aromatic cherry with one dish and no cherry with another dish, said Kasperson. Oxidation — the procedure which kick-starts the breakdown of molecules was decreased by the drink the researchers discovered.