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Carbonated beverages should be had in moderation

I guess most of us at some point in time have had carbonated drinks. Well, carbonated drinks are popular at functions. Soft drinks are consumed significantly when had with accompaniment snacks. Least surprising why carbonated drink consumption is exceedingly high globally. Little children and teens consume large quantities of carbonated beverages globally. At fast food restaurants consumption of fizzy drinks is alarmingly high. Carbonated drinks are consumed in large quantities by persons when they are having, burgers, fires, potato chips, tacos, pizzas or other junk food.

Even though people are aware of the harms of carbonated drinks, the consumption of fizzy drinks is increasing globally. Obesity related health issues are common among persons who consume carbonated soft drinks on a regular basis. Research also reveals varied diabetic conditions are associated with excess carbonated beverage consumption. Also, the use of caffeine in some carbonated soft drinks has been criticized because of caffeine’s ability to cause sleeplessness and anxiety. It does make perfect sense to have carbonated beverages in moderation.

How often do you have carbonated beverages?


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suffolkjason wrote on August 14, 2014, 11:36 AM

Not a great fan of fizzy drinks. I prefer coffee or if I'm very thirsty....tap water!

ksridharprasad wrote on August 14, 2014, 12:48 PM

Hi Friend,

Now a days carbonated drinks and sodas are selling in the market, when comparing with the rate the carbonated drinks are cheap and available every where and they can easily preserve and supplied chilled. I too prefer carbonated drinks

MegL wrote on August 14, 2014, 2:23 PM

I never have them, these days. Carbonated (fizzy) drinks have been correlated with more broken bones in teenagers, than for those who drink water or milk. The fizziness leaches calcium from the bones, leaving them less strong. Also, sugary drinks are correlated with obesity but so also are diet drinks - because the artificial sweetener makes your body think calories are coming its way and when they don't - the body demands food, so people who drink diet drinks eat more.

princessnova wrote on August 14, 2014, 7:29 PM

I'm not really fond of carbonated drinks. I just love plain water.

Tuffy06 wrote on August 15, 2014, 8:04 PM

Yeah that's true but I really love drinking coke especially the cold ones. Sigh...