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Most of us are familiar with soft drinks. We drink them when we’re thirsty, on a hot day, or with a meal. They come in many different flavors and sizes, and we can usually find them wherever we go.

Although soft drinks are widespread and seemingly innocent, they can actually be quite harmful to our health. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the ways in which that can be detrimental to our health, and explore some alternatives that might be better for us.

A soft drink is perfect for thirsty.

It is a non-alcoholic, often carbonated beverage, typically containing sugar and/or artificial sweeteners, juices, and flavorings. Billions of people around the world consume it. Sugary soft drinks have linked to poor diet quality and weight gain. They have also linked to other health problems, tooth decay, diabetes and heart disease.

The American Heart Association recommends limiting the amount of added sugar we consume to no more than half of our daily calorie needs. For most women, that’s no more than 100 calories per day, or about 6 teaspoons of sugar. For most men, it’s no more than 150 calories per day, or about 9 teaspoons of sugar. A can of regular soda has about 140 calories and 39 grams of sugar.

We can cut back on soft drink calories by limiting how much we consume, choosing lower-calorie options, or making our own soft drinks at home. We choose water best when are thirsty. Furthermore, we can also try seltzer or sparkling water with a splash of juice, or unsweetened iced tea.

Soft drinks are not good for us. They are full of sugar and calories, and can lead to weight gain and other health problems. If we want to stay healthy, it is best to avoid them altogether

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