According to the frequently asked questions on the Coca-cola website, Coke is Water. And since water is healthy, deductive logic can have you believe that Coke is Healthy. Would it be normal for a human body to switch to Coke from water? And is as little as 1/3rd Litre of coke (less than a regular bottle) okay to drink?
To research some, I thought I’d look around for some answers. Of Course, Google is our best friend and here is what we have found, give a close, critical and long look to this:
Let’s give this a fair read. Such a cool Public Relations spectacle. First, they post a question that you are most likely to know the answer to, then they answer it in the most twisted way, damn corporations! Then they juxtapose the existence of the reduced sugar, low calorie, and healthier options, without addressing the dilemma, which relates to the Original Coke more than the other caffeinated drinks because, well, ain’t no carbonated drink like Coke, isn’t it?
Do caffeinated drinks like Coca‑Cola count towards my recommended daily water intake?Yes. Sparkling soft drinks, including reduced and no sugar, no calorie options, contain between 85% and 99% water, which means they can help quench thirst and count towards your recommended daily fluid intake.
You only like Coke because it pours money in Marketing and PR!
What Happens One Hour After Drinking A Can Of Coke?
Water is life. Do you know how to calculate your requirement, Life advice: you do not know it. And NO, it is NOT 2 Litres a day. Romee Strijid the YouTube favorite Victoria Secret model aims for drinking 1 Gallon of water a day. That is like 3.7 in Litres. That is a lot for her mass, but, the woman has her goals, what can we say. Those models they drink their water and water is life.