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Minnesota lawmakers ban formaldehyde in children's products but allow the neurotoxic chemical in vaccines and diet soda

In yet another extraordinary exemption for the very vaccine companies that continue to poison our children, the Minnesota legislature has pas

Surprise, surprise: Soft drinks cause behavioral problems in young children, research proves

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.

The Incredible Emptiness Of Diet Soft Drinks

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.

The soda industry legally sells banned ingredients

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!

Kick the habit: Five things to drink instead of soda

Thirsty? Given the circumstances, most people will reach for a bottle or a flip top can of ice-cold soda. Almost 90 percent of people all over the world will, at one time or another, have tasted a sugary, fizzy, carbonated beverage. And the fight isn't particularly fair, either; on average, there are as many, or more, carbonated beverages as there are bottled water displayed along shelves.

One hour of television makes children 50 percent likelier to crave soda

Television has a bad reputation among health-conscious people, and for good reason. This neutral broadcasting device, which could be used to enrich the culture of our planet, has long been used by self-serving corporations to promote unhealthy products and toxic values. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of commercials, where just about every unnatural food imaginable has been marketed to families as desirable and wholesome produce.

Consuming certain beverages will dehydrate the entire body

Ever wonder what the actual water content is of some popular beverages? Coffee is somewhere around 98 to 99 percent water. Soda is about 90 to 95 percent water. Wine tends to range from 80 to 85 percent water. A light beer is close to 90 to 94 percent water. Tea is approximately 98 percent water. On the surface, based on these numbers, is it any surprise that the average person today tends to think they have easily satisfied their body's daily crucial requirement for water? The 8 to 10 glasses of water that are often preached seems quite easy to attain given the water content of beverages like these. How many coffees and sodas are expended at the office each day? What about the after-work beer or wine relaxer? And when the thirst signal calls again, reaching for another soda seems to satisfy that desire, so it seems.