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  • Soft drinks and soda are damaging to one's health.

    They provide no nutrients to the body and contain loads of sugar. If we want America and the world to be healthy, we need to start with our kids, the foundation. We also need to set an example for them by us doing so also. We need to eat healthy!

  • It's more dangerous than people realized in the past.

    Sodas are not just terribly unhealthy, they contain caffeine which can be addictive. Many kids are drinking enough of them to develop type 2 diabetics in childhood, something almost unheard of twenty years ago. The chemicals in the drinks also cause concentration problems, behavior problems, aggression and hyperactivity. What's more, the chemicals are also known to exacerbate current medical conditions such as asthma, epilepsy, ADHD, bed wetting and so on.

    Why would it be okay for anyone to drink something like this, let alone children. A child's body is smaller than an adults so it takes a far smaller number of chemicals to get a far bigger reaction.
    Soda provides no positive benefits whatsoever.

  • Children's mental and physical health is being harmed

    1. Soda contains zero nutrients, and is high in calories and sugar. Studies show a strong link between soda consumption and childhood obesity.

    2. Soda suppresses the appetite so kids are less likely to eat nourishing foods. Soda drinkers are less likely to get the recommended levels of vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, and other important nutrients.

    3. Phosphorus, a common ingredient in soda, can deplete bones of calcium. Girls who drink more soda are more prone to broken bones. Doctors are becoming concerned about the health impact of carbonated beverage consumption on teen-aged girls.

    4. Studies show a direct link between tooth decay and soda. Not only does the sugar cause cavities, the acids in soda etch off tooth enamel. Acid can begin to dissolve tooth enamel in only 20 minutes. Dentists are reporting complete loss of the enamel on the front teeth in teen-aged boys and girls who habitually drink sodas.

    5. Caffeine is known to create physical dependence and upsets the normal balance of neurochemistry in the developing brains of children. Caffeine stimulates the adrenal gland without providing the nourishment it needs. In large amounts, caffeine can lead to adrenal exhaustion, especially in children. Colas contain 35 to 38 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce can. Diet colas often contain a lot more. A can of Pepsi One has about 56 milligrams of caffeine. Mountain Dew, Mello Yellow, Sun Drop, Jolt, Barq’s Root Beer, and Sunkist Orange soda all contain caffeine. Sprite, 7-Up, ginger ale, and many brands of root beer are caffeine-free.

    6. Drinking soda every day can lead to blood sugar disorders, including diabetes.

    7. Aspartame, used in diet sodas, is a potent brain toxin and endocrine disrupter.

    8. Citric acid, often found in soda, may contain traces of MSG. MSG is another potent brain toxin. The artificial flavors found in soda may also contain traces of MSG.

    9. Drinking sodas regularly can upset the fragile, acid-alkaline balance of the stomach, creating a continuous acid environment. This prolonged acid environment can lead to inflammation of the stomach and duodenal lining, which can be quite painful.

    10. Sodas act as dehydrating diuretics, much like tea, coffee and alcohol, and can inhibit proper digestive function.

  • Children's mental and physical growth is being damaged!!!!!

    1. Soda contains zero nutrients, and is high in calories and sugar. Studies show a strong link between soda consumption and childhood obesity.

    2. Soda suppresses the appetite so kids are less likely to eat nourishing foods. Soda drinkers are less likely to get the recommended levels of vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, and other important nutrients.

    3. Phosphorus, a common ingredient in soda, can deplete bones of calcium. Girls who drink more soda are more prone to broken bones. Doctors are becoming concerned about the health impact of carbonated beverage consumption on teen-aged girls.

    4. Studies show a direct link between tooth decay and soda. Not only does the sugar cause cavities, the acids in soda etch off tooth enamel. Acid can begin to dissolve tooth enamel in only 20 minutes. Dentists are reporting complete loss of the enamel on the front teeth in teen-aged boys and girls who habitually drink sodas.

    5. Caffeine is known to create physical dependence and upsets the normal balance of neurochemistry in the developing brains of children. Caffeine stimulates the adrenal gland without providing the nourishment it needs. In large amounts, caffeine can lead to adrenal exhaustion, especially in children. Colas contain 35 to 38 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce can. Diet colas often contain a lot more. A can of Pepsi One has about 56 milligrams of caffeine. Mountain Dew, Mello Yellow, Sun Drop, Jolt, Barq’s Root Beer, and Sunkist Orange soda all contain caffeine. Sprite, 7-Up, ginger ale, and many brands of root beer are caffeine-free.

    6. Drinking soda every day can lead to blood sugar disorders, including diabetes.

    7. Aspartame, used in diet sodas, is a potent brain toxin and endocrine disrupter.

    8. Citric acid, often found in soda, may contain traces of MSG. MSG is another potent brain toxin. The artificial flavors found in soda may also contain traces of MSG.

    9. Drinking sodas regularly can upset the fragile, acid-alkaline balance of the stomach, creating a continuous acid environment. This prolonged acid environment can lead to inflammation of the stomach and duodenal lining, which can be quite painful.

    10. Sodas act as dehydrating diuretics, much like tea, coffee and alcohol, and can inhibit proper digestive function.

  • Children's mental and physical growth is being damaged!!!!!

    1. Soda contains zero nutrients, and is high in calories and sugar. Studies show a strong link between soda consumption and childhood obesity.

    2. Soda suppresses the appetite so kids are less likely to eat nourishing foods. Soda drinkers are less likely to get the recommended levels of vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, and other important nutrients.

    3. Phosphorus, a common ingredient in soda, can deplete bones of calcium. Girls who drink more soda are more prone to broken bones. Doctors are becoming concerned about the health impact of carbonated beverage consumption on teen-aged girls.

    4. Studies show a direct link between tooth decay and soda. Not only does the sugar cause cavities, the acids in soda etch off tooth enamel. Acid can begin to dissolve tooth enamel in only 20 minutes. Dentists are reporting complete loss of the enamel on the front teeth in teen-aged boys and girls who habitually drink sodas.

    5. Caffeine is known to create physical dependence and upsets the normal balance of neurochemistry in the developing brains of children. Caffeine stimulates the adrenal gland without providing the nourishment it needs. In large amounts, caffeine can lead to adrenal exhaustion, especially in children. Colas contain 35 to 38 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce can. Diet colas often contain a lot more. A can of Pepsi One has about 56 milligrams of caffeine. Mountain Dew, Mello Yellow, Sun Drop, Jolt, Barq’s Root Beer, and Sunkist Orange soda all contain caffeine. Sprite, 7-Up, ginger ale, and many brands of root beer are caffeine-free.

    6. Drinking soda every day can lead to blood sugar disorders, including diabetes.

    7. Aspartame, used in diet sodas, is a potent brain toxin and endocrine disrupter.

    8. Citric acid, often found in soda, may contain traces of MSG. MSG is another potent brain toxin. The artificial flavors found in soda may also contain traces of MSG.

    9. Drinking sodas regularly can upset the fragile, acid-alkaline balance of the stomach, creating a continuous acid environment. This prolonged acid environment can lead to inflammation of the stomach and duodenal lining, which can be quite painful.

    10. Sodas act as dehydrating diuretics, much like tea, coffee and alcohol, and can inhibit proper digestive function.

  • Children's mental and physical growth is being damaged!!!!!

    1. Soda contains zero nutrients, and is high in calories and sugar. Studies show a strong link between soda consumption and childhood obesity.

    2. Soda suppresses the appetite so kids are less likely to eat nourishing foods. Soda drinkers are less likely to get the recommended levels of vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, and other important nutrients.

    3. Phosphorus, a common ingredient in soda, can deplete bones of calcium. Girls who drink more soda are more prone to broken bones. Doctors are becoming concerned about the health impact of carbonated beverage consumption on teen-aged girls.

    4. Studies show a direct link between tooth decay and soda. Not only does the sugar cause cavities, the acids in soda etch off tooth enamel. Acid can begin to dissolve tooth enamel in only 20 minutes. Dentists are reporting complete loss of the enamel on the front teeth in teen-aged boys and girls who habitually drink sodas.

    5. Caffeine is known to create physical dependence and upsets the normal balance of neurochemistry in the developing brains of children. Caffeine stimulates the adrenal gland without providing the nourishment it needs. In large amounts, caffeine can lead to adrenal exhaustion, especially in children. Colas contain 35 to 38 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce can. Diet colas often contain a lot more. A can of Pepsi One has about 56 milligrams of caffeine. Mountain Dew, Mello Yellow, Sun Drop, Jolt, Barq’s Root Beer, and Sunkist Orange soda all contain caffeine. Sprite, 7-Up, ginger ale, and many brands of root beer are caffeine-free.

    6. Drinking soda every day can lead to blood sugar disorders, including diabetes.

    7. Aspartame, used in diet sodas, is a potent brain toxin and endocrine disrupter.

    8. Citric acid, often found in soda, may contain traces of MSG. MSG is another potent brain toxin. The artificial flavors found in soda may also contain traces of MSG.

    9. Drinking sodas regularly can upset the fragile, acid-alkaline balance of the stomach, creating a continuous acid environment. This prolonged acid environment can lead to inflammation of the stomach and duodenal lining, which can be quite painful.

    10. Sodas act as dehydrating diuretics, much like tea, coffee and alcohol, and can inhibit proper digestive function.

  • Children's mental and physical growth is being damaged!!!!!

    1. Soda contains zero nutrients, and is high in calories and sugar. Studies show a strong link between soda consumption and childhood obesity.

    2. Soda suppresses the appetite so kids are less likely to eat nourishing foods. Soda drinkers are less likely to get the recommended levels of vitamin A, calcium, magnesium, and other important nutrients.

    3. Phosphorus, a common ingredient in soda, can deplete bones of calcium. Girls who drink more soda are more prone to broken bones. Doctors are becoming concerned about the health impact of carbonated beverage consumption on teen-aged girls.

    4. Studies show a direct link between tooth decay and soda. Not only does the sugar cause cavities, the acids in soda etch off tooth enamel. Acid can begin to dissolve tooth enamel in only 20 minutes. Dentists are reporting complete loss of the enamel on the front teeth in teen-aged boys and girls who habitually drink sodas.

    5. Caffeine is known to create physical dependence and upsets the normal balance of neurochemistry in the developing brains of children. Caffeine stimulates the adrenal gland without providing the nourishment it needs. In large amounts, caffeine can lead to adrenal exhaustion, especially in children. Colas contain 35 to 38 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce can. Diet colas often contain a lot more. A can of Pepsi One has about 56 milligrams of caffeine. Mountain Dew, Mello Yellow, Sun Drop, Jolt, Barq’s Root Beer, and Sunkist Orange soda all contain caffeine. Sprite, 7-Up, ginger ale, and many brands of root beer are caffeine-free.

    6. Drinking soda every day can lead to blood sugar disorders, including diabetes.

    7. Aspartame, used in diet sodas, is a potent brain toxin and endocrine disrupter.

    8. Citric acid, often found in soda, may contain traces of MSG. MSG is another potent brain toxin. The artificial flavors found in soda may also contain traces of MSG.

    9. Drinking sodas regularly can upset the fragile, acid-alkaline balance of the stomach, creating a continuous acid environment. This prolonged acid environment can lead to inflammation of the stomach and duodenal lining, which can be quite painful.

    10. Sodas act as dehydrating diuretics, much like tea, coffee and alcohol, and can inhibit proper digestive function.

  • Soda is cheaper than water

    In the vending machines at work, the soda is cheaper than water. Soda has no nutritional value. About 60% of the body is made up of water. Everything in the American diet contains sugar. In a study involving rats, it was found that sugar is more addictive than cocaine. Link below.
    Https://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/PMC1931610/

  • Bad for health

    Sodas are not just terribly unhealthy, they contain caffeine which can be addictive. Many kids are drinking enough of them to develop type 2 diabetics in childhood, something almost unheard of twenty years ago. What's more, the chemicals are also known to exacerbate current medical conditions such as asthma, epilepsy, ADHD, bed wetting and so on.

  • Should fizzy drinks be banned in children?

    Yes, the are increasingly bad for developing children and should be banned for under 7's because it will ruin their life to come and may risk getting ADHD and depression which will make younger kids hyper and harder to control. It increases the risk of type 2 diabetes by 67% and is addictive.

  • Children will simply find another unhealthy source of drink.

    If the intent is to get children on a healthier diet, banning one particular unhealthy beverage won't solve the problem. Soda will simply be replaced with sugary juice. Sugary juice with high fat milk. It would be beneficial to cut out the middle man and ban all liquids except water, but this solution seems too authoritarian. Perhaps the better solution is to educate children on the dangers and causes of obesity.

  • It should be done in Moderation

    Children will simply find another unhealthy source of drink. If the intent is to get children on a healthier diet, banning one particular unhealthy beverage won't solve the problem. Soda will simply be replaced with sugary juice. Sugary juice with high fat milk. It would be beneficial to cut out the middle man and ban all liquids except water, but this solution seems too authoritarian. Perhaps the better solution is to educate children on the dangers and causes of obesity.

  • They will find something else to drink

    If you band soda kids will find something else bad to drink. Think about it kids drink coffee. Coffee is bad for you health it rots you teeth and will dehydrate you. The soda gives kids something to drink. If you band soda then band beer. Lemonade is just as bad for soda or even worse.

  • No From Me

    When growing up, an addiction to caffeine was out of the question. It was a treat to drink a bottle of coke occasionally. Perhaps we should demonstrate a change in nutritional information, for youth to understand that you should only drink soda occasionally, or no more than one bottle when consuming. Adults are just as guilty when it comes down to it, coffee is also proven to be addicting. It contains more caffeine as well. I am addicted to coffee, as a college student but drink soda maybe once a month. Perhaps there should be a ban on all caffeinated beverages, to only drink them on occasion. Then again, how do you accomplish such a goal. Not all people like water...

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