Are you POURING on the Pounds?

According to a recent study, drinking just ONE regular soda a day equals FIFTY POUNDS of sugar in a year, leading to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease! If you’re a soda drinker, try swapping it for water and watch some pounds fall off!

DIET drinks are NOT any better…they contain ASPARTAME which acts as a neurotoxin and is linked to CANCER.  Studies have found diet sodas to cause migraines and increase risk of obesity and heart disease.

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8 responses to “Are you POURING on the Pounds?

  1. Reblogged this on My Fitbit Stats and commented:
    Things that make say, WTF!

  2. ctminnesota

    An excellent reminder. I really try not to drink any of my calories, but am definitely guilty of a few “diet” drinks during the week. It seems so harmless, yet is so toxic. Thanks for the post.

  3. Reblogging this too. Its something that is so obvious but needed a visual aid. Thanks.

  4. Reblogged this on Try Living Beyond Organic and commented:
    I already did a post on drinking soda, but here is a post to a blog I subscribe to. Grab your sugar cubes and start popping . It will be a lot of chewing until you eat as much sugar as are in one bottle of coke.

  5. merelsmagicalherbs

    Hi Samantha,
    This is SO true!! And I am so glad I am not the only person acknowledging this… Everybody should know this and nobody should be drinking the soda drinks (diet and regular).
    Greetz Merel Burggraaf

  6. nuttyalternatives

    I love this! I have never been a soda drinker but it totally affirms my non drinking habit!
    kelly @ http://nuttyalternatives.com

  7. Reblogged this on a bowl FULL of harmony and commented:
    I’m an avid believer that soft drinks are the one of the main causes of obesity. I did a research paper on soft drinks at Uni and there is an abundance of evidence to support the abolishment in schools to protect children’s health…and their teeth!

  8. Pingback: Are you POURING on the Pounds? | Try Living Beyond Organic

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