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Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkNon-Alcoholic Drinks · 1 month ago

Why is better to drink water than soda ?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago
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    More hydrating and healthier.

  • denise
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Its probably better without the carbonation. 

  • 1 month ago

    soda is sugary and acidic. Can harm your teeth..if yoiu drink a lot of cola it also turns your teeth brown.  Even the diet version isn't good as the acid is still there as is the color but now you add weird chemicals that make the artificial sweetener. no doubt you can drink one now and again but I know people who don't drink anything else but soda...that is NOT good at all in the long run.

  • 1 month ago

    You need water to flush out the poison when you drink sodas it's full of acid and poison and sugar and all kinds of crap that needs to get flushed out of your body not set there and build up. People simply don't understand that the root cause of high blood pressure is drinking soda when they're a kid. There is an oil in soda called brominated vegetable oil this oil never ever leaves the body. Later in life you've got two pints of brominated vegetable oil suspended in your blood and in your tissue but your body doesn't recognize it as blood and it keeps trying to make more blood therefore now you have high blood pressure.

    There's a cure for this condition! Bleeding! I don't recommend old style bleeding where they stick a tube in and just drain the blood out.

    Just give blood every month and in a year or so you'll give away your brominated vegetable oil

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  • 1 month ago

    some water is well purified, if not it may actually be better to drink soda than dirty water, as soda contains many minerals.

    So it is dependant.

    Soda also contains water, so you are drinking water during soda consumption.

  • God
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Soda is full of sugar that adds empty calories and rots your teeth.

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