Safe to Eat Coke

Is it safe to eat Coke during pregnancy, breastfeeding or while trying to conceieve?Is it healthy for infant, toddler or childrent to eat?

Trying to conceive

It is better to avoid coke while couples are trying to conceive.


Cokeis rich in caffeine. Researchers have shown that caffeine relaxes the muscles in the fallopian tube and inhibits the contraction of the muscle in the tube, making it hard for the egg to be transported to the womb from the ovaries. When the egg is not transported to the womb, a woman will not be able to conceive. This explains why women, who consume a lot of coke or caffeine, usually take a much longer time to conceive.


During Pregnancy

It is better to avoid coke during pregnancy.


Caffeine in coke actually causes frequent urination and dehydration although it can temporarily conquer your thirsty.


Caffeine in coke can cause an increase in the blood pressure and heart rate which is undesirable during pregnancy.


Furthermore, caffeine can cause miscarraige in the early pregnancy and lower weight gain during late stage of pregnancy.


Lastly, caffeine makes it harder for the body to absorb iron, this can cause pregnant women to suffer anemia.


During Confinement

It is better for new mother to avoid coke during confinement.


Caffeine in coke makes our human body harder to absorb iron - an essential mineral for red blood cell formation. New mothers lost blood during birth delivery and through lochia during confinement. Caffeine will slow down the formation of blood and therefore should be avoided.


During Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding mothers should avoid coke as coke is rich in caffeine.


Through breast milk, the caffeine will enter babies' body. Caffeine is a stimulant and can cause the babyies to be restless.This can disrupt their normal sleep patterns.


Caffeine will also make it hard for human body to absorb iron - an essential mineral for red blood cell formation.


Four Months to Six Months Old Baby

It is not suitable at for your baby to drink coke. Caffeine present in the coke will affect the development of the nerve system of the babies and in the long term will affect the memory of the babies.


Caffeine in coke will disrupt his or her normal sleep pattern and may cause him or her to be restless.


Seven Months to Nine Months Old Baby

It is not suitable for your baby to drink coke. Caffeine present in the coke will affect the development of the nerve system of the babies and in the long term will affect the memory of the babies.


Caffeine in coke will disrupt his or her normal sleep pattern and may cause him or her to be restless.


Ten Months to Twelve Months Old Baby

It is not suitable for your baby to drink coke. Caffeine present in the coke will affect the development of the nerve system of the babies and in the long term will affect the memory of the babies.


Caffeine in coke will disrupt his or her normal sleep pattern and may cause him or her to be restless.


One Year Old and Above Baby

It is not suitable for your baby to drink coke. Caffeine present in the coke will affect the development of the nerve system of the babies and in the long term will affect the memory of the babies.


Caffeine in coke will disrupt his or her normal sleep pattern and may cause him or her to be restless.