A New Zealand coroner has clarified that the cause of one mother's death had to do with her drinking at least 10 liters of Coca-Cola per day, BBC News reported.
Natasha Harris went into cardiac arrest in February 2010 and died at the age of 30.
At the time of her death, a pathologist found Harris had hypokalemia, or a lack of potassium in the blood.
Harris' family said she was addicted to the soda, and if she didn't get her fix, she would go into withdrawal, including shaking. Eventually, her teeth had to be removed because the sugar caused decay.
At least one of Harris' eight children was born without enamel on his or her teeth, because of the mother's addiction.
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