Soft drink

non-alcoholic drink, often carbonated (sparkling)
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Soft drinks (also known as pop, soda, tonic, soda pop, fizzy drinks, or minerals ) are "fizzy" drinks made from concentrates and sugar. When they are made, carbon dioxide gas is added which makes them "fizzy". This process is called carbonation. Some soft drinks have flavors. Some popular types of soda are Sprite, Mountain Dew, 7 Up, Pepsi, Dr Pepper and Coca-Cola. Most soft drinks are sweetened with sugar, that is what makes them so unhealthy.[1]

A glass of cola, a type of soda, with ice and lemon.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Vartanian, Lenny R.; Schwartz, Marlene B.; Brownell, Kelly D. (April 2007). "Effects of soft drink consumption on nutrition and health: a systematic review and meta-analysis". American Journal of Public Health. 97 (4): 667–675. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2005.083782. ISSN 1541-0048. PMC 1829363. PMID 17329656.