View Poll Results: Do you drink carbonated soft drinks?

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  • Yes, they're part of my regular diet.

    19 20.21%
  • Yes, but only if they're sugar free (like Coca Cola Light).

    13 13.83%
  • Only on ocassion.

    31 32.98%
  • No, almost never or never.

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    No, for many good reasons.

    1) All the big brands are owned by Zionists and the prices are marked up, with 50p in every bottle going to Israel. For example supermarket brand coke is 20p for 2000ml, Coca Cola is 60p for 330ml.
    2) They are full of sugar and make you fat and rot your teeth.

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    Would Perrier water be considered a carbonated soft drink, since its carbonation is supposedly natural?

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    From time to time I drink Coke. Normally I drink water. To be in shape, at least 2 litres water a day needs to be drunk.

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    I drink Coke on a regular basis as well as Dr. Pepper.

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    Very rarely, at a party for example.
    Soft drinks aren't a good part for my diet. They make me feel bloated and attack the teeth. I heard if you drink them, it's better to use a straw than drink directly from the bottle/glass/can, because it attacks the teeth less.

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    NEVER. That stuff is really bad for you, unnatural, and doesn't even taste great anyway. Carbonated drinks are actually linked to bone loss.

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    Diet Coke used to be a staple in my diet. After struggling with some allergies (which turned out to be unrelated to soda), I gave it all up and feel much better in general. Recently I had some and ended up feeling bloated, swollen fingers and a headache.

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    Do You Drink Carbonated Soft Drinks?
    I had problems with urine infections,the cause was from drinking to much coke.
    I now drink water (HBO) before I drink any of my Solo drinks,I try and stay away from coke......too heavy on my stomach and it stains my teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsDeena View Post
    Recently I had some and ended up feeling bloated, swollen fingers and a headache.
    Look up aspartame, it's the artificial sweetener they use in ALL diet soda drinks, it's liked to various health problems including neurological and autoimmune disorders. Anything chemical that we put into our body is bound to cause some sort of unwanted reaction and aspartame is just that - a chemical that our bodies were not designed to handle. I'm sure it was the aspartame that caused that reaction.

    The Dangers of Aspartame


    We should be more mindful of what we put into our bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd View Post
    Beer is not carbonated, beer is naturally somwhat fizzy by design: This is a natural carbonation process that takes place during fermentation - a natural way of producing an acid.

    If you distilled beer to the extent that it attracts more alcohol, it usually takes absolutely vile, but I can assure you that beer with 20% of alcohol would be 100% flat.
    There actually are beers which contain up to 20% alcohol and more. The strongest commercial beer seems to be Sam Adams Utopias, hitting about 25% of alcohol per volume.

    While being not that strong, one can buy EKU 28, containing about 11% of alcohol per volume, in every market with a more comprehensive range of international beers and -- you are absolutely right, of course -- it contains significantly less carbonic acid than your average bock or lager.
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