Soda pop and designer coffee drinks can add high calorie totals to your daily caloric intake with no health-benefits to you.
The March issue of Oxygen magazine quotes the statistic that there is a 135% increase in calories consumed from soft drinks from 1977 to 2001. An equally disturbing fact is that milk consumption has decreased by 38 percent. The long-term consequence from this fact will be increased belly fat from the soda, and an increase in issues regarding bone health in future generations from a lack of calcium. Continue reading