Do carbonated beverages cause bone loss

Do carbonated beverages cause bone loss?

Some observational studies suggest that people who drink carbonated beverages have a higher risk of fractures.

It was thought that phosphoric acid might leach calcium from bones...and caffeine might reduce calcium absorption.

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