Water. I get dehydrated too easily and always need water. Also, soda's hurt my teeth...
I'm gradually learning to love H2O now. But if there's coke around or any sweet cold drinks, oh I'd definitely choose 'em! But since it is healthier to drink H2O, I'm learning to eliminate this bad sugar in my system and choose H2O instead. *sigh
The first week will be difficult. But after drinking water for almost all of a month, you will feel weird drinking soda. It helps you be healthy too.
If I had a bottle of water and a bottle of coke in front of me I would choose the coke- I can't resist the sugary drinks! I definitely need to start drinking more water, though
Water, no question. But, when I was younger it would have been coke.
I love diet soda, but if given a choice, I would choose water as it is what the body needs, not liquid crap.
I choose H2O, water. I'm trying to avoid sugar in Coke as they are a major contributing factor in diabetes and obesity.
Water, all the way. It is good for our whole system. If I really want something sweet, I would go for fresh fruits or their juice. If I have some craving for sweet food, dates and raisins are very good to satisfy my craving. But after that too, I would take water only.
Water, I've just never been a soda drinker. Plus coke has caffeine and I can't have any at the moment.
H2O, definitely. Coke is full of high-fructose corn syrup which screws up your metabolism and makes you gain weight, or else aspartame. Water is much better for quenching thirst. I like sparkling mineral water with limejuice, though I know purists don't approve of the bubbles.
H2O no question. Luckily I have no craving for coke or really any soda. I'll have a couple sips of soda over the summer, but that's about it. I can't imagine having anything else with a meal. In fact, i prefer tepid water with no ice. We only offer our kids milk or water. They are 4 and 1 and have never tasted soda. Hope I can keep it that way.
Whenever we entertain my husband thinks we have to offer soda but my theory is that water and tea are enough!
Honestly Coke, but thanks to kidney stones I'm stuck on water and juice. Oh how I miss my Sodas..
I love coke, but on the long run and because of healthy living issues, I would definitely say water!
Still, I hope I will never have to make a final decision
Water, without a doubt! I don't even like Coke although I have a weakness for root beer, especially when I'm eating BBQ. Go figure!
by Julianna 9 years ago
Do you call it Soda or Pop?Soda or Pop? Or Soda Pop? What do you call it and why?
by C.Ferreira 11 years ago
Coke or Pepsi?
by Sara Psychedelic 7 years ago
Pepsi vs. Coca-Cola?I've always been a Pepsi person, myself.
by Jake Frost 8 years ago
Coke or pepsi?
by monia ben saad 6 years ago
I love drinking coke so much please any helps or tips to avoid all that because it's effect health ?
by Stacy 9 years ago
What do you call a Coke?Soda, pop, or something else? What do you call an ice cold Coca Cola and what part of the world are you from?
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