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Friday, April 4, 2008

Soft Drinks Are Helpful (For cleaning that is)

To clean a toilet: Pour a can of soda (soft drink) into the toilet bowl, after one hour flush clean. The citric acid in the soda removes stains from vitreous china.

To remove rust spots from chrome car bumpers: Rub the bumper with a crumbled-up piece of aluminum foil dipped in soda.

To clean corrosion from car battery terminals: Pour a can of soda over the terminals to bubble away the corrosions.

To loosen a rusted bolt: Apply a cloth soaked in soda to the rusted bolt for a while.

To remove grease from clothing: Pour a can of soda into a load of greasy clothes, add detergent and run through a regular cycle. The soda will help loosen the grease stains. It also clean road haze from car windshields.

The average PH of soft drinks is 3.4. This acidity is strong enough to dissolve teeth and bones. Our human body stops building bones at around age of 30. After that it shall be dissolving the bones every year through the urine depending on the acidity of the food intake. All the dissolve calcium compounds get accumulated in the arteries, veins, skin, tissue, and organs, which affects the functioning of the kidney assisting in formation of kidney stones.

Soft drinks do not have any nutritional value (in terms of vitamins ans minerals). They have higher sugar content, higher acidity, and more additives such as preservatives and coloring. Some people like to take cold soft drinks after each meal. guess what's the impact?

Our body has a optimum temperature of 98.6 degree F for the the functioning of digestive enzymes. The temperature of cold soft drinks is less than 98.6 degree F, sometimes quite close to 0. This lowers the effectiveness of the enzymes and puts stress on our digestive system, digesting less food. In fact the food gets fermented. The fermented food produces bad smelling gases, decays and forms toxins, which are absorbed in our intestines, get circulated in the blood and delivered to the whole body. This spread toxins that can lead to the development of various diseases.

Imagine what soft drinks must be doing to your soft intestines and stomach lining.


Marilyn April 5, 2008 at 12:10 AM  

I love your post, very informative.

zhoe wynz,  April 5, 2008 at 7:21 AM  

i don really drink soft drinks... only once in a blue moon :) but i prefer 100Plus tho'

Nedekcir April 5, 2008 at 7:37 AM  

thank you ladies for stopping and giving comments. luv yah all.

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