It's loaded with sugar and lots of artificial flavors/colors, so obviously it's not healthy by a long shot.
Like most things, though, having an occasional soda isn't gonna kill you.
It may be safe, if we drink it within limits. If we take it excess, it will show bad effects on our health.
Most of it isn't, it will slow kill you and give you diseases. High fructose Corn Syrup and Aspertame are two of the most commonly known poisons that are in most soda. Also, the soda is made from fluoridated water, which is also a poison.
There is also rumors, or actual fact about aborted fetus cells being in popular sodas most people drink!
Just look at the people who have cases of diet soda in their carts at Walmart and tell me it's good for you. The proof is in the pudding.
Newsflash! "We're all going to die!"
The fix is in! Whether one drinks soda or chooses not to, in the end the result is still the same. As is with most things in this life (moderation) is the key. Poor diet and bad health habits does tend to speed up the inevitable.
by ScarletRyan1970 4 years ago
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by Versatile Health 21 months ago
Ok, got another one for ya! We are very proactive in our quest to rid toxins from peoples lives: diet soda is a BIG area of concern that we frequently like to address. Let us know if you're still drinking this stuff and we can talk about it...we have some eye-opening info that you may be interested...
by girly_girl09 2 months ago
I just found a bottle of it in the back of my freezer and it must be at least 3 years old. It smells normal and a taste on my finger tasted normal. It does have ice built up within the bottle...perhaps the water separating from the alcohol?There is no expiration date but it is 50 proof...safe to...
by CDade 20 months ago
Great question. We tax alcohol and cigarettes because of the health hazard. Why not tax something that contributes to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart attacks and other diseases? And forces up the health insurance rates on the rest of us who stay...
by the pink umbrella 2 years ago
is there a real connection, or is that all BS?
by Nichol marie 3 years ago
What is worse for your health soda or coffee?
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