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Are you reading the labels of the foods you eat and the beverages you drink? Most people aren't, which is exactly why, on the whole, America is getting fatter. There are two ingredients that are hidden within our foods and beverages that are causing this obesity epidemic - sugar and high fructose corn syrup.
Let's talk about sugar first. Dr. Oz says that the average American consumes 150 pounds of sugar a year, compared to 7.5 pounds in the 1700's. Sugar is in many of our foods and beverages and because people don't read labels they don't know how much is there or the impact. For example, did you know that if you were to drink 1 20 oz Coca Cola each day for a year, you would consume 52 pounds of sugar. One soda a day adds a whopping 91,000 calories in a year and that equates to 26 pounds of fat in your body. Drinking one soda a day would be the equivalent to eating nearly 1,000 Snickers bars a year. Shocking isn't it? Yet, the average American consumes an estimated 54 gallons of soda a year!
Okay, we've picked on Coke and there are probably a lot of you who realize that soda is bad, but did you know that many of the supposed healthy drinks are as bad or even worse. How about Apple, Orange, Grape and Cranberry juice? They all have as much if not more sugar than sodas. "Yeah, but that's natural sugar, you say." I thought the same thing until I started researching and realized that if you eat an apple, there are enzymes that offset the natural sugar, but those are gone in apple juice, so sugar is sugar, plus they are adding a lot of sugar back in, so that it tastes better. What about Vitamin Water, it must be healthy - vitamins and water - wrong. A 20 oz vitamin water has over 32 grams of sugar! How about the chocolate milk we give our kids? 66 grams of sugar!!! And we wonder why all the kids are being diagnosed ADD and ADHD.
Then there are those horrible energy drinks that are packed with sugar and caffeine. A 20 oz SoBe Energy has 66 grams of sugar. Rock Star has 62 grams, Monster has 54 grams, and Red Bull has 52 grams. Okay, so let's drink Gatorade - that's got to be healthy, because all the athletes drink it. Wrong again! A 32 oz Gatorad has 56 grams of sugar. It's just sugar water with a few electrolytes added in. And. truth be known, the athletes who know this, don't drink Gatorade, they just dump it on the coach after a big win.
Now, some of these drinks don't actually have natural sugar in them, rather the companies are using the cheaper sweetener, high fructose corn syrup. That sounds healthy doesn't it? It's made from corn, it must be natural and good for us. Wrong again! Studies are proving that it's actually worse than sugar, because your body will tell you when you had too much sugar, but not so with HFCS. It's nasty stuff and it's in a lot of what we eat and drink, so start looking at your labels.
Lastly, don't get sucked into the myth that you can shift over to the diet drinks with artificial sweeteners and that's better for you. It's actually worse. Do your own Google search on Aspartame and see what comes up. It's nasty stuff, as area the other artificial sweeteners. Plus, studies have proven that the body metabolizes these artifical sweeteners in the same way as sugar, which explains why heavy people drinking diet sodas never seem to lose any weight.
So, what's the answer? Yoli Truth and Fun. Truth is an orange beverage that is all natural and sweetened with Stevia Reb-A. It's packed with vitamins, minerals and live enzymes and everything is alive, because it isn't pasteurized and doesn't have any harmful perservatives like Sodium Benzoate. Fun is a lemon-lime beverage that is a great replacement for the sports drinks, as it has electrolytes and a revolutionary acid buffer called Alkalete that will reduce your muscle cramping and pain during and after exercising. Again, it's all natural and sweetened with Steveia Reb-A. If you want to drink truly healthy drinks and help other people do the same, while making some extra money, go to www.StartABlastcapBiz.com.