Category: Soft drinks

Abuelita hot chocolate: When Grandma is an evil

Abuelita hot chocolate: When Grandma is an evil

[ 7 ] October 27, 2013 |

What could be cozier than to relax in warm recliner at home with a cup of hot chocolate when chill winter winds roar outside? Maybe so, but I would strongly discourage you to rely on Abuelita Authentic Mexican Hot Chocolate Drink Tablets concocted by Nestle. It will screw up your evening and perhaps reduce your […]

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7 Up Cherry stops false antioxidant claims

7 Up Cherry stops false antioxidant claims

[ 0 ] September 16, 2013 |

The role of Antioxidants in our diet I have reviewed this drink not so long ago in an article: Do not fool yourself with 7 UP Cherry Antioxidant soda. Antioxidant is a substance which is capable of slowing down or suppressing the oxidation of other substances, more importantly, the ones that play critical roles in […]

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Clamato vs Tomato

Clamato vs Tomato

[ 4 ] August 7, 2013 |

I have recently come across with Clamato – tomato cocktail from concentrate, the original version. The colorful label depicting natural tomato, lime and celery made me suspicious about the content and prompted me to find out what exactly the cocktail is and whether the label is misleading consumers into believe that the cocktail is a […]

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DyeDiet Calculator: Limeade vs Gatorade comparison

DyeDiet Calculator: Limeade vs Gatorade comparison

[ 2 ] July 16, 2013 |

Why Limeade is bad Limeade Sparkling Cherry was earlier recognized as chemically polluted water. Indeed, despite it says on the label: “All Natural; Calorie free,” the only ingredient your body can make use of is water. But addition of 8 chemicals, makes the water denatured. Moreover, from the 8 chemicals 5 are potentially dangerous (given […]

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SunnyD or Kool-Aid: Which waste is deadlier?

SunnyD or Kool-Aid: Which waste is deadlier?

[ 0 ] July 10, 2013 |

Perhaps after Kool-Aid, SunnyD is the next most disgraceful chemically saturated fruit flavored drink, which no human being should ever touch. Red-colored versions of SunnyD contain about 400 mg/gallon of potentially carcinogenic azo dye Red 40 whereas aggressively marketed to children Kool-Aid contains doubled amount of the dangerous artificial color; about 800 mg/gallon. Based strictly […]

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The health benefits of milk tea

The health benefits of milk tea

[ 3 ] May 28, 2013 |

Milk tea is a beverage obtained by mixing green or black tea with milk. Therefore milk tea offers a combination of beneficial health effects that come with catechin antioxidants and L-theanine of tea and protein and calcium of milk if you are not lactose intolerant. The addition of milk reduces astringent and bitter flavor of […]

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Mistic “juice” drink: Another swill for slaves

Mistic “juice” drink: Another swill for slaves

[ 0 ] April 25, 2013 |

In the profit-driven economy worst era for consumers comes with globalization and absorption of diversity of small manufacturers by “black holes” of gigantic international cartels which dictate their own rules to markets so that freedom of choice becomes just another illusion. Only educated and well-informed consumers are capable of resisting the enslavement and making their […]

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Blue Energy drink with unknown amount of caffeine

Blue Energy drink with unknown amount of caffeine

[ 1 ] March 25, 2013 |

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant drug and it is the primary ingredient in energy drinks. Unlike many other psychoactive drugs, caffeine is legal and unregulated in almost all countries of the world. However concerns over the safety of energy drinks consumed mostly by young people between the ages 13 and 35 years old, […]

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Mountain Dew Code Red: Another chemical composition exposed

Mountain Dew Code Red: Another chemical composition exposed

[ 13 ] March 21, 2013 |

Why Do We Like Being Fooled? If you are a soda drinker there is a good chance that you have been fooled by the beverage industry many times. What has become typical for the American soft drink practices is to put pictures of beautiful fruits accompanying by the word “natural” so that your first intuitive […]

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Brisk adds three more chemicals to reduce calories

Brisk adds three more chemicals to reduce calories

[ 3 ] March 17, 2013 |

Artificial colors, child’s health and regulations There were four unwilling food additives found in the Brisk Iced tea when I have reviewed it a while ago. Combinations of artificial color Red 40 (Allura Red AC) and sodium (or potassium) benzoate are very common for soft drinks in America. Studies published by UK researchers in September […]

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