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What would kill you first water or cola? [closed]

After discussing this with some colleagues, I devised the theory that you could drink more coca-cola in a single sitting than you could water, without killing you. Defining the volume it would take ...
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Does the body prioritise the use of available sugar before fat?

Let's say you eat a very unhealthy snack that contains 90% sugar and 10% fat. Would somatic cells not start using the fat for energy until all the sugar is used up? Does the body not use fat at all ...
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Why is ATP produced in photosynthesis used to synthesize glucose?

In photosynthesis ATP is produced in light-dependent reactions only to go to the Calvin cycle to be turned into glucose to make ATP during respiration: Why isn't this ATP just directly released ...
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How is sugar in fruit metabolized, or digested and used?

I thought before, in general, when we have sugar in our food, then the sugar goes in our bloodstream, and if there is too much sugar, then insulin is secreted by our pancreas, and the sugar is pushed ...
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What happens when we eat excess fat?

The fats in our body are stored in fat cells. When we over eat fats does the size of our fat cells increase, are more fat cells generated, or do we "throw out" excess fat?
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What controls Fructose regulation in plants?

Sugars are found ubiquitously in plants and are regulated. For sucrose it's pretty straightforward - it's basically kept at a low ish level, and put into storage or other intermediate compounds. ...
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Does applying sugar to the tongue taste buds releave sugar withdrawal symptoms?

I found several online articles discussing sugar withdrawal symptoms that people experience after cutting back on large sugar intake. ...
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Is Sugar a stimulatant or a weak sedative?

Quite often, I have heard the remark that children become hyperactive when high amounts of sugar are consumed. But common websites suggest that sugar is a sedative, and the hyperactivity in children ...
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Can non-carbonated energy drinks boost alcohol intoxication?

I just read news article about banning caffeine in alcohol drinks and about that energy drinks increase the urge to drink alcohol. Energy drinks cause sugar intoxication - answer about it here ...