Coroner Says Too Much Soda Killed Young Mother
A Coroner in New Zealand has determined Coca-Cola, or Coke, is what killed Natasha Harris.
Reports say Natasha drank up to 10 liters which is equivalent to more than twice the safe daily limit of caffeine.
On February 25, 2010, at the young age of 30, Natasha died from a cardiac arrest. Her husband found her on the toilet, leaned against the wall and with shortness of breath.
The Coroners results on Tuesday, state that "Ms. Harris would not have died if it wasn't for her dependence on Coke."
Her husband says in the months leading up to her death, Natasha's health had deteriorated.
"She had no energy and was feeling sick all the time ... She would get up and vomit in the morning. She would get moody and get headaches if she didn’t have any Coke."
Even if it is her fault or not for consuming to much soda, or pop, I guess this is a good example of pop just not being good for you.