Soda has already been blamed for making kids obese. New research blames the sugary drinks for behavioral problems in children too.
It is safe to say that the link between soda consumption and health conditions like diabetes and weight gain has been clearly established by a plethora of scientific research published in recent years. But what has not necessarily been fully recognized or understood is how consuming soft drinks affects the behavioral normalcy of children, particularly young children -- that is, until now.
Children who drink soda tend to score slightly higher on scales that measure aggressive behavior than kids who don't drink the carbonated beverages, according to a new study.
If you think a diet soft drink can redeem the health destruction of a poor diet, you’ve been watching too many soft drink commercials. These drinks contain artificial sweeteners that can wreak havoc on your metabolism. And now researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have carefully examined the difference between those who drink diet soda and those who never imbibe.
Flame retardant soda sounds like it was inspired by a mad scientist using their colorful imaginations. But, that’s exactly what United States citizens are drinking – with every glass of soda. And, here’s the worst part, it’s all legally approved by government health agency designed to protect our health!