I never drink fizzy drinks unless there is no alternative.
When I went on a school excursion several (many) years ago, they took us all to a local recycling plant. In the middle of the plant there was a big chunk of the concrete floor taken out. Our tour guide explained to us that the concrete had gotten eaten away by soft drinks that were left in the cans when they got to the recycling centre. Since then I don't have soft drinks.
Only on special occasions as I try to set a good example for my kids by drinking lots of water. It helps that I have reduced sugar from my diet overall so don't crave it much anymore. The ingredients list in a lot of fizzy drinks is scary.
are you kidding me?
What is Dr Pepper?......only the best drink on the market...lol..lol..lol.
Drunk and love by Americans far and wide.
You can get it at the 'reject shop' or certain fruit shops and deli's.
You have to try it.
I have had a terrible long-term love affair with Coke, Pepsi and sugary drinks before switching to diet fizzy. Of course on a rational and intellectual level I know they are not good for my body but on an emotional and taste-bud level I love the taste and comfort I have received from such 'bubbly-devil's juice'.
Now, however, I am drinking loads of Natural Mineral water which does have bubbles and I think my taste buds are dying because pepsi and coke are too sweet for me and I love natural mineral water.
I guess there is hope for me yet! :)
No I'm not keen on fizzy drinks particularly coke, I have never liked it, I prefer water anyday occassionally if it's really hot I may have a lemonade or a lime drink, but that is very seldom, oh there is one fizzy drink and that is soda water.