In Australia, on average, at least 110 L of
soft drink is drunk per person per year. In the USA, each person guzzles 46 gallons or
a massive 174 L per year. One of the biggest sources of sugar in the human diet is soft
drink, soda pop, and fizzy drinks. 1 can of soft drink contains about 9 tsp. Doesn’t
look that much does it? But drink a can every day, and by the end of the month, you’ll
guzzle down just over 1 kg of sugar (that’s 2 & 1/4 lbs). By the end of the year, you’ll
have consumed over 12 & 1/2 kg – that’s nearly 30 lbs of sugar. If you’re carrying
excess weight and you drink sugared soft drink, a simple change can make a huge difference.
Strip out that daily can of sugared soft drink, and you could strip off 10 kg of body fat
by the end of 12mths. Choose low joule or low cal or water instead.