Coca-Cola Addiction Blamed In Natasha Harris Death
Coroner: Coca-Cola addiction linked to woman’s death is the headline emerging from several New Zealand media outlets.
It appears that a woman’s love for Coca-Cola has killed her.
According to reports a 30-year-old woman named Natasha Harris who resided in Invercargill, New Zealand and who was addicted to Coca-Cola suffered a heart attack in February of 2010 and died.
The mother of eight consumed 2.2 gallons of the soda every day for countless years and had withdrawal symptoms when she did not drink the beverage.
Natasha Harris’ partner revealed that the consumption of 10 litres of Coca-Cola per day which is the equivalent of two pounds of sugar and 970mg of caffeine caused several health problems for the lady – she had to remove numerous rotten teeth and one of their children was born without with no tooth enamel.
The coroner who performed the autopsy on the Coca-Cola addicted woman found that she had very low potassium in her bloodstream and had a kidney problem. The medical expert said:
“I find that, when all the available evidence is considered, were it not for the consumption of very large quantities of Coke by Natasha Harris, it is unlikely that she would have died when she died and how she died.”
Coca-Cola issued a statement saying that they can not be held responsible for its clients unhealthy choices.