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    Think about it: how much soda do you drink a day? Do you really know what you are drinking? Is it really worth it? Sodas can affect you more than you may think, and we all need to be more aware of how it can affect you and what is actually going on in your body. Research shows that sodas are harmful for your health, as well as addictive. Sodas are continuing to hard people in their everyday lives. If you don't believe me, I can prove it because in the article "Aspartame/ Amino Sweet and other Artificial

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    Soda Vs Soda

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    having a soda everyday. Through the years it had been getting harder to quit drinking it and drinking something healthy. Drinking soda, I like to have a variety of what I like. Dr. Pepper was my absolute favorite until I wanted to try something different. Now I am a big mountain dew fan. I have to have my drinks a certain way. I don’t like bottled soda that much, I don’t think it taste right. I don’t mind canned soda as long as it really cold. But my absolute favorite is fountain soda. I don’t know

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    Soda Vs Soda

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    drink soda. They have even come up with other kinds of soda for example Coca-Cola who makes a lot of the drinks we know came up with soda like Coca-cola zero, life, and light and they either have no calories, fewer calories or they actually use cane sugar. People who sell vegetables also use labels on their food like organic and in an essay they asked consumers who can barely afford to buy vegetables what the word organic meant to them

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    Soda And Soda Essay

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    every year.” Marion Nestle. Most of these carbonated drinks are soda, which when boiled leave behind a tar that causes things such as stroke, obesity, and heart disease. They’ve been taught all of their lives that it’s okay to drink soda, but have been told to avoid alcohol, which in moderation can lower the risks of heart disease and stroke. Both alcohol and soda can cause major health problems, however the strokes and obesity from soda consumption are outweighed by the ability to lower the risk of

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    Soda Vs Diet Soda

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    diet coke or any diet soda to be exact, its not particularly that I loved the taste its just that I wanted to drink the carbonated beverage without having to worry about the calories. This lead to me drinking diet soda on a daily, thinking it would help my diet but in contrary it made

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    Soda Vs Drinking Soda

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    48% of Americans drink soda every day . I'm going to find out if this choice is all right for your health or if this is poor for your health . If you drink soda every day you're 26%more likely than a person who drinks,soda every now and then to get type 2 diabetes. For most people that drink soda ,it's a daily habit. Even if it’s only one soda every day, it's still bad for you. Over time, if you have only one sugary drink per day you increase your chances of having a heart attack by 20%.Further studies

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    Light Soda Vs Dark Soda

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    Light soda vs. Dark soda which is healthier? When determining which is healthier “it comes down to the contents of light and dark soda. What sets apart dark soda are the ingredient’s caffeine and phosphoric acid. Caffeine and phosphoric acid are the source of several health concerns. Root beer and Sunkist grape soda are both dark drinks do not contain caffeine putting them on the same level as some drinks. Lighter drinks as well have their expectations with one of the ingredients, are the healthiest

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    Baking soda was founded 4 million years ago. What it basically started as was, “Trona deposits,” that are, “formed after the evaporation of great salt lakes in Wyoming, as well as in Kenya, Egypt, Venezuela and the desert of Central Asia” (Arm and Hammer). Ancient Egyptians used baking soda for cleaning their teeth, keeping their clothes cleans and keeping their meat and vegetables fresh. This happened around 2500 BC. Then in 1846, “John Dwight and his brother-in-law, Dr. Austin Church, developed

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    advertising, geared toward men. The attempt was to get more men to drink a lower calorie diet soda. The new soda claimed to taste like a normal Dr. Pepper soft drink and was named Dr. Pepper Ten, for having only ten calories. The casing of the soda came in a non-original gunmetal grey casing with silver bullets on it, to make it appear less womanly. What made the soda different is that it was not like the diet soda, it still has calories and sugar in it, but it had less. As the commercial came out women

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    Logos Of Dr Pepper Ad

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    Abstract The “Dr. Pepper TEN” advertisement is selling a new low-calorie version of Dr. Pepper that appeals to men. A diet soda has traditionally been viewed as a drink for females as they are constantly focused on weight loss. Dr. Pepper has launched a campaign to make low-calorie soda masculine with the manly design and expressive slogan “It’s not for women” that sounds very persuasive. The commercial portrays two manly men in the masculine environment driving on an all-terrain vehicle in the jungle

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