The Great Soda Lie: New Coca Cola Logo Shows It's True Health Dangers
Designer Fabio Pantoja, takes on Soda Giant with infographic
One of the biggest and most recognized soda brands on the planet, the red white and black is seen everywhere from small shanty towns to first world developed countries. Things are about to change, though.
Nicaraguan designer, Fabio Pantoja is giving good old Coca-Cola an honest re-branding and it's not something the soda giants are going to be too pleased with.
The designers objective was to convey a message to the public about the true dangers of Coca-Cola with a shocking infographic on the world-renowned logo. The brands logo rehash shows different parts of the body that the soda for each letter.
Pantoja wrote on Behance.net, a site for creative professionals to share their portfolios; "More than a critic[ism] to CocaCola, it's a critic[ism] to myself, to see if I can finally stop drinking this poison once and for all!
So want to know how Coca-Cola really destroys your body?
A vital organ, we all need one and, of course, we need to look after it. A study which was published in circulation from the journal of the American Heart Association has concluded that drinking soda increases the risk of heart disease. Not just that, however, drinking soda increase the risk of strokes and heart attacks.
The Eyes and Vision
One of the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis is issues with vision. Patients with M.S noted that when they quit drinking diet soda their vision started to improve. Sweeteners such as aspartame have been linked to vision issues and even memory loss.
Have you ever noticed that when you drinking diet soda on an empty stomach it feels like you have a burning sensation? Drinking soda can invigorate esophageal problems which can cause acid reflux and heartburn. This compromises the stomach lining and can lead to stomach related Cancer.
Forget all those beautiful young hip models you see drinking diet soda on adverts and billboards, the reality is drinking soda is know to prevent skin from keeping its supple texture, it dries out and stops the skins internal moisturizing oils from regenerating.
Want to lose weight? Forget it
Both full fat and diet Soda are known to lead to obesity, which also develops towards diabetes. Artificial sweeteners are known to increase appetites not lower them, which lead to over-eating.
Leads to obesity, diabetes
Soda – both diet and regular – are known to lead to obesity, which is one factor behind developing diabetes. Regular sodas are brimming with sugar, while Diet sodas contain artificial sweeteners which have been shown to increase appetites, rather than keep them at bay, and lead to overeating.(8,9)