Diet Dr Pepper Cherry: More chemicals in your blood

[ 11 ] January 20, 2013 |

According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 36% of adult and 17% of young Americans were obese in 2009 – 2010; 53% total. Obesity is expected to reach 65% by 2030 so that obese and overweight people will be more common than normal weigh population (see Why Dr Pepper is not your doctor). If you think that replacement of 130 pounds of sugar average American consumes every year by an equivalent of synthetic chemical which has never existed in nature may somehow solve the problem, you are wrong. There is a saying: “We Are What We Eat” that is about right. And let me extend the idea by saying: “The more we deviate from normal human food, the less human we become.” Look at this Diet Dr Pepper Cherry swill: of course, no cherry in it. Here is what you allow into your blood instead:

DyeDiet Doesn’t Buy It!

Diet Dr Pepper Cherry: Risk, Nutrition and Dye ContentDiet Dr Pepper Cherry: Risk, Nutrition and Dye Content

It says on the label: “It’s so amazingly smooth, you have to try to believe it!” No, I don’t believe it and, guess what? I don’t want even to try… How can you drink this cocktail of artificial chemicals and hope to stay healthy, no matter how “smooth” it goes? No way, people, no way. Even regular Diet Dr Pepper is far from being human friendly, but its “cherry” version, due to added Red 40, is a real killer. This liquid gives you UNACCEPTABLY high health risk of DDFI = 44/2 = 22 (record high!) coming with the chemicals and essentially ZERO nutritional value: DDNF = 2/62 ~ 0.03Why to drink this chemical pollution, anyway? Sure, you will not die tomorrow. But you will die younger. If the diagram is not convincing enough, consider this:

Food additives to avoid:

Bottom line. Dye Diet Calculator indicates that Diet Dr Pepper Cherry makes you taking extremely high health risk of 44.0 and gives you essentially zero nutritional value of 0.02. If you do care about your health, consider drinking ZERO CALORIE Perrier or Pellegrino mineral water for $1.50 which contains naturally low concentration of minerals and NO synthetic chemicals.

Pellegrino mineral water: A healthy drink!

Also, Culligan purified water  is available at Walmart stores for $1.11 per 3 gallons. It is zero calorie too!

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Category: American diet, Food Dyes Exposure, Food Terrorism, Soft drinks, Zero calories

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  1. benamore says:

    Wow! This is the highest record of chemical risk for now! If the chemical risk is higher than 25, it will be “unbelievably unacceptable”.

    • DyeDiet DyeDiet says:

      Yes, you are right. See the ONLY ingredient your body can make use of is water… But it is so contaminated…. For simplicity, all with DDFI > 3 I call Unacceptable. When people regularly drink alcohol, they realize that they harm their health. But very often, when they drink sugary or “diet” sodas, they don’t…

  2. benamore says:

    This is an example of what is actually “amazingly smooth”:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jNZvPhMHrI

  3. benamore says:

    Also, after drinking a 12 oz can of soda, you will have to drink 32 glasses of water to stay basic, not acidic.

  4. benamore says:

    Here are some tips for choosing the healthy drink:
    1. Read ingredients before buying.
    2. Do not buy anything labeled “diet”.
    3. Skip most of the punches (ex. fruit, berry, citrus)
    4. Skip most of the sodas.
    5. Do not buy anything that says “no sugar added”.

    Did you know that the pH value of soda is almost equal to vinegar (ex. Coke pH = 2.5)? If pH is low, it is BAD. Here is a pH value list:

    0:
    Battery acid

    1:
    Sulfuric acid
    Bad stomach acid
    Hot sauce (yellow)

    2:
    Lemon juice
    Vinegar
    Coke
    Coke cherry
    Lime juice
    Vinegar
    Good stomach acid
    Hot sauce (red)

    3:
    Diet Coke
    Dr. Pepper
    Diet Dr. Pepper
    Sprite
    Processed fruit juice
    Orange juice
    Mountain Dew
    Raspberries
    Strawberries
    Blueberries
    Grapefruit
    Pastries
    Cheese
    Pasta
    Mint jelly
    Apples
    Oranges
    Plums
    Pineapple
    Most carbonated beverages
    Artificial sweeteners
    Hot sauce (green)

    4:
    Tea iced
    Coffee
    Root beer
    Enchilada sauce
    Ketchup
    Wine
    Beer
    Tomato
    Tomato juice
    Acid rain
    Acidic lake
    Peppers
    Nectarines
    Lemon water

    5:
    Bananas
    Jujube
    Peppers green
    Pickles
    Onions
    Leeks
    Lettuce
    Hot dogs
    Maple syrup
    Mustard (can range from 3-6)
    Real fruit juice
    Bee sting

    6:
    Clean rain
    Clean lake
    Milk
    Gelatin
    Most fish
    Saliva

    7:
    Pure water
    Blood
    Eggs
    Most seafood
    Grains
    Cereal
    Soy milk
    Soy cheese
    Tea brewed
    Butter
    Margarine
    Most oils, except olive
    Sodium hexametaphosphate

    8:
    Sea water
    Breast milk
    Green tea
    Most vegetables
    Spinach
    Broccoli
    Olive oil
    Lima beans
    Green beans

    9:
    Toothpaste
    Baking soda
    Herbal tea
    Grass
    Stevia
    Xylitol
    Sprouted grains

    10:
    Milk of magnesia
    Borax
    Antacid tablets
    Alkalized / ionized water
    Broccoli (raw)
    Spinach (raw)
    Pot ash

    11:
    Household ammonia
    Soap
    Alkaline soil
    Herbal bath mix

    12:
    Soapy water

    13:
    Lye
    Oven cleaner
    Bleach

    14:
    Caustic soda
    Liquid drain cleaner

  5. benamore says:

    And that’s why Dr Pepper is not your doctor.

  6. DyeDiet DyeDiet says:

    Excellent! Thank you! However I should disagree with regard to “no sugar added”. It depends on the ingredients. Often they put “no sugar added” on juices and that means good thing: they did not make the juice sweeter than natural (from concentrate…).

  7. Unimpressed says:

    While I do agree that drinking fluids like this is bad for you…. I would like to see this with proper math done. 36% of adults and 17% of young Americans does NOT add up to 53%. It only adds up to 26.5% which is half of what you stated. Also, in the pie graph, despite caffeine being smaller than Red40, you stated there was more in it. Please make corrections to this so that I can take it seriously

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