When I saw this news article pop up in my daily feed I immediately thought to myself "This study will never get covered by large mainstream news outlets". And of course, the websites of CNN, Fox, ABC, CNBC, USA Today, etc have no trace of an article covering the study or even just the basic...
.....Be on the lookout right now for bottles with the yellow caps. Coke makes a limited amount with real sugar this time of year, as it is kosher for Passover (I think cause HFCS is considered levened). Probably have a week or two to find and stock up.
The study was designed to actually show that ad libitum consumption of fructose-rich drink like Coke has undesirable changes on some lipid parameters. It did manage to show that rats drinking Coke freely as part of their diet had higher levels of TG. However the cholesterol of the Coke-drinking...
In the green can.
http://www.coca-colacompany.com/coca-co ... e-us-debut
If you like Mexicoke but you're a little skittish about the 150 cals per serving...listen, this stuff is the bomb. I bought a six pack and woke up addicted three days later. It's got 27 calories and is sweetened with...
Drinking 2 or more colas per day was associated with increased risk of chronic kidney disease. Results were the same for regular colas and artificially sweetened colas . Noncola carbonated beverages were not associated with chronic kidney disease. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3433753/
Yes! There is Coca Cola available - made right here in the USA - that is made with sugar. Zero corn syrup is in this Coke. :D
It's also known as Kosher for Passover Coke and it's available just one time per year. Yes! You guessed it! :lol: You can only get it around Passover and it's...
Mexican Coke Faces Extinction, May Drop Cane Sugar for Fructose
Oh boy, and read the last paragraph of the article:
Entire article at link below:
http://foodbeast.com/2013/11/04/mexican ... -fructose/
Luckily I got over my bad habit of needing them. I don't think I will go back but I have a question anyway, in case the situation comes up where I might have one.
Does it have to be made in Mexico? I understand about the regular sugar ones being better than the ones with aspartame, but I seem...
http://www.foodbeat.com/food-news/coca- ... blockages/
I just came across this
from what I've gathered, the potential benefits of a Mexican Coke seem to be:
colas can relieve indigestion, help dissolve stomach and bowel obstructions, sugar and caffeine can be anti inflammatory, it can help...
I just saw this
http://healthland.time.com/2010/10/28/s ... be-a-myth/
So it's possible that mexican cola contains HFCS and possibly even fluoride..
It might be best to just avoid this great beverage forever it seems to risky.