A can of soda packs a whopping 37g of sugar, surpassing daily limits set by health experts.
Sipping on soda daily means adding 155 extra calories to your diet – a silent contributor to weight gain
Beware of the buzz! Popular sodas like Pepsi and Coke contain caffeine, impacting your daily intake.
Phosphoric acid, lurking in sodas, not only adds tang but also poses risks to your dental health.
Surprisingly, 63% of youngsters are daily soda consumers, questioning the impact on their developing bodies
Artificial sweeteners in diet sodas may seem guilt-free, but their long-term effects on health raise serious concerns.
Ironically, sodas can leave you thirstier due to their dehydrating nature – a paradox that needs attention
Excessive sugar intake from sodas is linked to cardiovascular issues, affecting adults who regularly indulge.
That satisfying hiss may be alluring, but carbonation in sodas has been associated with digestive discomfort.
Ever wondered why sodas last so long? Phosphoric acid not only adds flavor but also extends their shelf life.