This cute infographic beautifully illustrates what is "really" in a can of soda ... Other than 10 teaspoons of refined sugar, 150 empty calories, 30 to 55 milligrams of caffeine, artificial colors and sulphites (preservative).
Diet soda may not have the sugar and calories, but recent research suggests that people who "sugar-free" or "zero calorie" soft drinks may be at a higher risk for heart attack, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, weight gain and depression.
If you are serious about losing weight and belly fat, and improving your health, simply avoid drinking all sodas!
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Source: Visual.ly Whats Really in the Can