Are you kidding me? Manufacturers replace the corn syrup with non-sugar substitutes making you think diet soda is better for you. It’s just as bad. Maybe worse over the long term than conventional soda.
My friends, you are consuming a toxic dump of liquid conveniently available in cans. Remains of those sticky containers became their own noxious garbage, littering waste drop-offs and strewn all over roadways.
On the ingredient labeling, see listing of phosphoric acid, which is used to prevent bacterial contamination. It also acidifies the product giving it a sharper, cleaner taste. One of the problems with this acidic chemical is a process called leaching. The longer the soda sits on the shelf, the more “this process” allows components of the container to become part of the soda. The same occurs with both sugar and sugar-free varieties.
The bubbles you see floating around the sweet liquid is carbon dioxide…
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