Coca-Cola Classic - 24/16.9 oz. bottles
- Refreshing taste
- An excellent pastime drink
- Carbonated soft drink
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Ah yes, Coca-Cola, an American cultural icon if ever there was one. Coke Classic is good, but if I remember correctly, the Coke from the 1950's and 1960's tasted better, and a bit drier, less like sweet syrup. Perhaps they used sugar back then instead of the high fructose corn syrup that they now use, which is bad for your health for many reasons. Not only that, but the high sugar content of 55g per bottle is enough to quickly raise the blood sugar level in anyone who is diabetic or pre-diabetic. Take a look at this article on mercola.com about the many reasons why high fructose corn syrup is bad for your health:
I heard on the news recently that for health reasons, the soft drink industry is trying to cut down on the amount of sugar that they put in their soft drinks. This is scheduled to take place over a number of years. I have a news flash for these soft drink makers, namely that: enough is enough, how about doing something about this problem immediately? Kids, who don't know any better, get addicted to sugar, become hyperactive, develop obesity, end up rotting out their teeth, and develop diabetes, etc. Wonderful, just wonderful. And we are supposed to be one of the most advanced countries in the world? How NOT to set an example for the rest of the world to follow!
Also, I just did a review of a bai5 Malawi Mango drink that uses Erythritol as a sweetener. Bad idea, as it causes gas pains and diarrhea. I drank a bottle of it, and it took three days for my stomach condition to return to normal. Once again, anything to save a buck, I guess, -full speed ahead and consumers be damned.Read more ›