Soft Drinks: Hard on the Body

Have a sip of Sodium benzoate, phosphoric acid, bisphenol A (BPA)and HFCS.

In case you need some added perspective on soda consumption, here are some interesting stats – Consumers worldwide drink 27 million Coca-Colas per hour or over 600-million per day.In the United States, an average person drinks 412 8-ounce drinks — or 3296 ounces — of Coke per year.  This calculates to 39964 calories consumed per year by every American, or the equivalent of 20 days of recommended caloric intake in Coke alone. Coke soda represents 5% of recommended caloric intake for the average American.

3 Responses to “Soft Drinks: Hard on the Body”
  1. ChristeneG says:

    does the diet were you eat foods that take more calories to eat then they have like celery work to make you lose weight? and how much weight could you possibly lose from this if it works?.

  2. Betty says:

    The blog is cool

    • Agus says:

      My question to you would be have you coneultsd with your regular doctor and had a physical and blood count done. There are several contributing factors that could all be possibilities, though, depending on the severity of your condition can determine what the cause is. Energy drinks are not a good alternative to get increased energy. The problem with these drinks are that they contain large doses of Caffine. Caffine will re-energize you but you will crash after it wears off. Plus there are other risks involved with Caffine including,high blood pressure, nervousness, irritibility, anxiety, insomnia and headaches. If you feel everyday as if you have been hit by a freight train and you are dragging through the day, have your doctor refer you to a specialist that deals with chronic fatigue syndrome. These are just possibilities that I would start with. If you have a Family history of Diabetes or Thyroid conditions consult your doctor as well.

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