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Sugar acts similarly to alcohol or cocaine in our brains, says neuroscientist

Neuroscientist Nicole Avena, who specializes in diet and addiction, tells Tremonti that research going back 15 years shows how the brain reacts when a person consumes an excessive amount of sugar. 84 more words

Carbohydrates

All in Moderation

It’s the age old conundrum, how do you balance being a devoted oenophile with a healthy fear of gout and other hindrances to too much booze consumption? 346 more words

5 most shocking facts about soft drinks

Soft drinks-also fizzy drinks- are nonalcoholic (mostly) carbonated beverages, they come in a wide range of flavours appealing to the varaible tastes of the mass consumption markt world wide. 371 more words

Cola

Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Nichol Kola

In the 2010 edition of Soda Spectrum, contributor Blair Matthews writes “there’s hardly a trace of what was once such a successful and lucrative cola brand.” But searching is our thing… so we searched. 613 more words

Food History

Why Is That In There? Gum arabic in beverages

I don’t have a fanfic to post today, on Fanfic Friday, so instead I’m going to finally give you the second installment of Why Is That In There? 402 more words

Cool Stuff

Importance of Sprite Cherry's Launch

After introducing the Freestyle machine to offer food service consumers more drink variety, Coca-Cola will introduce two Sprite flavours inspired by its fountain data.  The soft drink giant will release Sprite Cherry and Sprite Cherry Zero, its calorie-free variant for release in 2017. 443 more words

Coca-Cola

​"Pesticide levels in soft drinks too high"            NEW DELHI                        AUGUST 03,2006.                    UPDATED: JANUARY 04, 2017 

New study indicates pesticides 24 times higher than Bureau of Indian Standards norms



“The levels in some samples exceeded the BIS standards by 140 times for the deadly pesticide Lindane, a confirmed carcinogen” “Heptachlor, banned in India, was found in 71 per cent of the samples, at levels four times higher than BIS standards” “ 527 more words

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