After this, you will seriously wonder whether it is worth a few minutes of enjoyment of all those hours and even the day of chaos in your body.

We all know how sweets, snacks, carbonated beverages and other delicious pleasures are harmful to health, but we still eat them anyway. If you’ve ever wondered why it’s so bad for you and what the consequences are, these are the denser answers you’ll ever get. Here’s what some foods really make of your body.



As soon as you bite it, you feel a pleasant salty taste that is currently “affecting” your system. The language is particularly sensitive to salt because, throughout history, salt was a rare ingredient, which is why the human body is programmed to want it more. This desire trickles for about half an hour after consumption, which is a long time because you have eaten the entire bag. Already within 20 seconds, a substance is termed acrylamide – a chemical that occurs when starchy foods such as potato and cooked foods at high temperatures are associated with increased risk of cancer.

Only after 15 to 30 minutes the salt is finally absorbed into the blood and you feel thirsty. Blood pressure increases, and the center thirst, located in the hypothalamus, requires huge amounts of water. The hormone that signals satiety has a reduced effect on salt, so you still want to eat even though you are full. The next two hours the pressure is still increasing, which is why the heart works faster. Lack of fiber means that fat quickly converts into sugar, making you feel full of energy. After six o’clock, fat breaks down and converts into fat cells stored in the body as excess kilograms. Blood pressure remains elevated for hours, even days after this adventures, because the kidneys continue to fight with excess salt.



Even before the first snack, the body just on the scent releases endorphin and serotonin – a hormone of good mood – and stimulates the appetite. Even after the first dice, you feel calm. As chocolate passes through the esophagus, excessive gastric juices are beginning to overcome so you can feel the heartburn. Five minutes later, your blood sugar levels suddenly increase and you feel the energy burst. This turns into fat only half an hour after consuming, and the process takes up to eight hours. Caffeine is released from cocoa, which is why you have more concentration, but not too long.


Already after 60 to 90 minutes, caffeine stops and you start to feel lethargic and nervous. Two hours later, the stimulus of theobromine is completely released so you get another energy boost and the urinary bladder begins to accelerate rapidly. After three hours, the sugar disappears from the system and then tiredness and inadvertence. Chocolate fat and after six o’clock it enters the circulation, most of which fall under the skin and around the body.


Energy drinks

You would not believe how much energy drinks actually get off because their acidity masks huge amounts of sugar. As soon as you sip the first sip, the acid begins to bake the dental enamel. Caffeine gradually enters your bloodstream, causing the pulse to accelerate and the pressure increases. The sugar also quickly enters the bloodstream.

After 15 to 40 minutes, caffeine begins to work and you feel awake. The sugar level continues to grow. After 40 to 50 minutes, all the caffeine is released and the liver starts working hard to remove it from your bloodstream. It takes about 12 hours for that. For an hour or so, the energy effect weakens and suddenly you feel tired, lethargic and nervous. After 12 to 24 hours, you may have headaches and jail, which can last up to nine days.