Coroner: 'Excessive' Coca-Cola intake to blame for woman's death

A mother of eight died from heart problems after guzzling up to 10 liters of Coca Cola every day for years, a coroner has concluded.
Oklahoman Published: February 12, 2013

A mother of eight died from heart problems after guzzling up to 10 liters of Coca Cola every day for years, a coroner has concluded.

Gawker reports that Natasha Harris, of New Zealand, died of a heart attack three years ago, and her family thought it might have been linked to her fondness for Coca-Cola.



Harris’ husband said she consumed four 2.25 liter bottles of Coke a day and was said to drink no other beverage than Coke. If she didn’t, she would display withdrawal symptoms, according to TVNZ.

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H/T: Gawker


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