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→ Causes obesity → Contains too much sugar and caffeine → Lowers insulin levels → If you drink large amounts, it’s very toxic → Tooth Decay
Sucrose Syrup- a simple sugar Citric Acid- a preservative Natural Flavors Artificial Dyes Water Glycerol- a biochemical (molecules like protein and carbohydrates
Examples of Sports Drinks
Harmful to the human body because they cause tooth decay, obesity, and fatness just like sports drinks Very acidic which increases the risk of diseases May cause cirrhosis of the liver Lots of calories Addicting due to caffeine
Sweeteners Natural Flavors Caffeine Colors Preservatives
Examples of Soft Drinks
Can boost up blood pressure and heart rate Too much can make you sick Makes you energized for a while, then later you feel dizzy and slow Dehydration Addictive Many contain alcohol
o Carbohydrates o Taurine – an amino acid o Caffeine o Sugars (Glucose, Fructose) o Natural Flavors o Citric Acid
Examples of Energy Drinks
Energy Drinks, Soft Drinks, and Sports drinks can be good too! Reduces Fatigue Boosts the Immune System Helps relieve allergies Fights bad breath Diabetic Treatment Keeps Energy Levels
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