"The more cola that women drank, the lower their bone mineral density was," declared Katherine Tucker, the lead researcher.
"It suggests that women who are worried about osteoporosis should probably not drink cola daily," Katherine Tucker added.
According to the American scientists women who drink Coca-Cola or Pepsi-Cola regularly, risk getting their bones weak and vulnerable to fractures.
Experts monitored nearly 2,500 people, most of them under 60. Participants at the study were asked questions related to their drinking habits and had their bone mineral density measured.
At the end of the study researchers found out that women having at least four cans of cola weekly have their density bone level substantially decreased.
However, the study indicated men drinking cola are not putting themselves at the same risks:
"That might be because when women are drinking cola, it may be more of the calories they're taking in and because they have smaller bones and therefore may be more susceptible," explained Katherine Tucker.
The findings were published in the "American Journal of Clinical Nutrition".
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