Pepsi or Coke [plain and simple]

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by hayc59, Mar 5, 2005.

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  1. hayc59

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    Diet Pepsi here
     
  2. ronjor

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    This is an important question----Diet Pepsi! :rolleyes: :D
     
  3. hayc59

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    *very important, because i am gonna buy one of the company's
    and need to what you all like so when i do, i can invite you
    all for a house warming party
    ;)
     
  4. ronjor

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    If you have that kind of money, may I suggest plastics instead. :D
     
  5. sat.night

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    I wouldn't drink or eat any product with artificial sweeteners, they have been shown to cause tumors/cancer in mice. But then I guess some folks will do whatever they want even if a warning is given.......good luck to you folks.
     
  6. dog

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    Water for Me ;)
     
  7. wildman

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    :) The spouse drinks the diet coke like there will never be any more made. The wildman don't drink that much soda of any kind however, but when he do, he likes the Cherry Coke.

    Thanks
    wildman
    :eek: :D :p
     
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    New Coke... Oh wait, they discontinued that about 1 month after release. :ninja:
     
  9. Dr Pepper

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    You concerns are well founded. It would be advisable for you to avoid any mice who injested the artificial stuff.

    Play on, Pep
     
  10. Marja

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    Diet Rite with Splenda! (trying to kick it thought!)
     
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    Pepsi One. Just enough sugar to add one calorie and more cola flavor.
     
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    The same goes for me.
    Pepsi is the best! :)
     
  13. Marja

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    Yea! It worked again!! :) :) Fun's back!!!
     
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    Diet Coke ;) with Lime :D ...
     
  16. Marja

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    This thread is making me verrrry thirsty and harder to resist a COLD ICY SODA!!!!

    Back in a minute!
     
  17. dog

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    It's Good to see most of you drink Diet Pop. ~Sugar~ is a killer. Here's to your Good Health. If possible try to drink Diet Soda's that use Splenda - the most natural substitute going, and it's becoming more and more common in the marketplace ... Pepsi has started using it with their Diet Crush line. Avoiding the caffeine variety is also a wiser choice.

    To Good Health ;)

    Steve

    Ps. I don't work for either Splenda or Pepsi ... I'm just providing some healthy advice ... This isn't in anyway meant to be an endorsement or advert for either company. ~This is my personal opinion only~
     
  18. Marja

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    Yes, but, Diet-Rite by RC has been using Splenda for over a year and you can feel the difference, aspartamane is bad news! Decaffeinated here too!
     
  19. ~*Nat*~

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    I remember a looong time ago, when I was still young...I guzzled Coke by the gallons.
    It made my bones weak I think, could only crawl on the floor for a while.
    Then I got a health kick..added more milk & ...ehm....beer.
    Stopped the beer.
    Now I drink atleast a pot of coffee, then a pot of black tea followed by 1 - 2 pots of Green Tea - a day !
    Milk and water in between. :D

    I Love It !!
     
  20. Marja

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    Well. I've got the coffee part down! The rest, is coming up slowly on my daily liquid count.
    That's what I found out, soda will leach minerals out of your bones, why don't they tell us this stuff from the get go??
    Oh, yeah, $$$$$!
     
  21. ~*Nat*~

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    Marja. Just like they are still allowed using Aspartarmane (sp) in various things.
    Not just drinks, but in yogurt too !
    I bought some the other day, and forgot to read the ingredient label. When I came home and bored, looked - that "poison" hit me right in the eyes. :eek:

    Yes, soda and similar things are very bad for you. They say it all the time.
    The acids in there...sugar, etc...can do alot of damage to the bones.
    But, people continue to buy. Why stop those ingredients then.....:rolleyes:
     
  22. Marja

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    Yeah, it's kinda like drugs, get you hooked on their product, then you find out all this bad stuff, aspartamane - I can really tell the difference from not using anything with it, but, like yogurt, unless you want it plain, there's the 'poison' and then there is the tons of sugar.
    The other thing that bugs me is all the salt in everything!! You're only supposed to have what 2400 mgrams a day - even baby food has tons of it!! I was shocked looking the other day, for some supposedly health new brand of baby food, each serving had about 600 mg in them, what's up with that? For babies??
     
  23. ~*Nat*~

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    I know what you mean. Salt here and salt there. There a bit more sugar/or an artificial sweetener that can cause alot of problems for so many people.
    I read alot about it, so I'm not exaggerating.
    Just think. Some people feel sick all the time ~ but cannot really get it figured out what exactly causes it.
    Guess what. Most of comes from being litterally allergic to all the additives.
    We get high blood pressure from too much salt...and and and...
    It's an endless list...

    If you do happen to find food and drinks that are alright for us to ingest...then it also costs alot more than that junk. I don't get it ! And that makes me real angry.
    Yeah, some people also say they don't care...they eat and drink everything they want. Good for them. But they shouldn't wonder why sometime in their lifes they may get sick, ya know ?
    I'm not saying all will get ill...but very many of us will - and thats a fact ! :doubt:

    (Sorry for getting a bit off subject here guys,...but it does connect. )
     
  24. snapdragin

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    Pink Grapefruit Juice and coffee.... but if I was going to have a pop (which is rare) it would be Pepsi! :ninja:

    :D
     

  25. Well Marj,

    I brew at least 4 pots of coffee every day but because I usually drop around 10-F I never get to actually drink more than 2 cups. I guess whether I like it or not, Wilder's is good for my health.

    Soggy in Tuscaloosa, Expy
     
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