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The most important ingredients in soft drinks (i.e. sodas) include phosphoric Acid, citric acid, malic acid, carbonic acid, erythorbic acid, refined sugar, synthetic sugar derived from coal-tar (for diet versions) and caffeine (to create addiction). A famous name brand of this variety of poisons is excellent for removing stains from vitreous china and toilets, removing rust spots, cleaning corrosion off car battery terminals, removing grease from clothes and blood stains from pavements. It can dissolve teeth, bones and even nails, depending on how long any such item is left in it.

In relation to health, soft drinks (yes, they make you soft) create a highly acidic environment within the digestive system and threaten to make the blood more acidic. The body is then forced to withdraw some calcium (which is alkaline in nature) from the bones and teeth, so as to restore the blood to its almost alkaline condition. These reactions tend to cause regular soft-drink consumers of all ages to develop dental cavities and to have more brittle teeth and bones, thereby starting or even speeding up osteoporosis for the young and worsening that condition for the elderly.

Because of the addictive effects of caffeine, most parents do not allow their children to take coffee but overlook the same poison that is in soft drinks! Amazing!

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