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Hard Facts about Soft Drinks
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twice as much twice as much 212 liters per year 212 liters per year
1/3 of total sugar consumption
1. Weakened Immune System
Sugar & Immune System
Decreased white blood cell function Decreased white blood cell function
2. Unbalanced Nutrition
B vitamins Minerals B vitamins Minerals Calories
2% of children and teens eat healthy 2% of children and teens eat healthy
1 in 5 toddlers consume soft drinks 1 in 5 toddlers consume soft drinks
3. Extra Calories
Rise in Obesity 64.000 calories per year 64.000 calories per year 7.700 calories = 1 kg fat
How many days to a kilo? 14 kg per year 14 kg per year 26 days
Do diet drinks really work?
Diet soda drinkers eat more Diet soda drinkers eat more
Chemical Additives 20.600.000 tons per year 20.600.000 tons per year 4 kg per person 4 kg per person
Phosphoric Acid Phosphorus Calcium
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