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  • sugary drinks

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    Many people will drink soda instead of water, simply because it tastes better. The government should limit the intake of sugary beverages because it can lead to many different problems such as heart disease, obesity, and overall it is an unhealthy life-style. “The average person consumes almost 100lbs of sugar a year, with the single biggest source being soda.” A sugary beverage occasionally would be ok, but drinking it every day would cause problems for you overtime. People drink, more soda than

  • carbonated drinks

    472 Words  | 2 Pages

    Some nutrition scientists attribute the increase in obesity in the U.S. to the corresponding increase in soft drink consumption that occurred between 1977 and 1997. A few would go one step further and link the increase in obesity to the fact that--in the 1980s--most soft drink, fruit punch, and snack manufacturers switched from refined cane sugar to corn sweeteners. This school of thought relies on preliminary research suggesting that high-fructose corn syrup is metabolized differently than other

  • Don't Drink and Drive

    321 Words  | 2 Pages

    Topic: Don’t Drink and Drive Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that action is needed to deal with the problem caused by motorists’ who drink and drive. General Purpose: Solving the problems caused by drinking and driving will require action by friends, family, and law enforcement. Thesis Statement: Drinking and driving not only endanger your life, it endangers the lives of the innocent victims whose path you cross. Introduction: While watching TV one night, a special news report

  • Teens Choice to Drink

    1043 Words  | 5 Pages

    Article Summery Beyond Invulnerability: The Importance of Benefits in Adolescents’ Decision to Drink Alcohol Introduction: Many things affect the choice of an adolescent to drink alcohol. It is thought that this particular age group thinks that they are not vulnerable to the risks involved with drinking alcohol. Studies in this area have resulted in mixed conclusions; some support the idea of adolescent invulnerability others do not. Intervention programs seem to work better if they are aimed at

  • Quiet Place to Drink

    344 Words  | 2 Pages

    bright café and the not so clean bar for a man to spend his long nights. In the short story by Ernest Hemingway, an old man is trying to have a drink at a café. One of the waiters is young and it anchus to go home to his wife, while the other waiter, an older man, understands the gentleman who is drinking. The old man in the café comes in often for drink. He tries to pass the night in the clean well-lighted place, where he "liked to sit late because he was deaf and now at night it was quiet and

  • The Drinks Market

    1651 Words  | 7 Pages

    The Drinks Market The drinks market is one of the most valuable consumer markets of today. The market for all types of drinks bought by UK consumers was worth an estimated £46.55bn in 2002. Drinks (and food) are the two main human necessities and therefore companies in the market are making heaps of money and simultaneously expanding the range of products available to the consumer. This is why so many companies are investing in expanding their product range into this area. Many companies

  • Eat, Drink and Be Merry

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    Eat, Drink and Be Merry This essay involves a very personal subject in my life and in the life of someone I hold very near and dear to my heart. A few years ago one of my closest friends whom I had known for most of my life told me under a cloud of tears, embarrassment, fear, and hope that she thought she had bulimia. I was the only one she had the courage to tell, and she felt that she had to tell someone because she had lost all control over her own actions, feelings, and thoughts. She felt

  • Needed: A License to Drink

    1146 Words  | 5 Pages

    Needed: A License to Drink Mike Brake is a writer for the communication department at the Oklahoma State Department of Education he wrote an article, “Needed: A License to Drink,” proposing a national system of licensing on drinking, with appropriate penalties. This means in order to drink one beer a person would have to obtain a license. The article is from Newsweek (March 14, 1994). Underage drinking is everywhere; high school, parties, and at college. How do they get the alcohol? The

  • Absinthe - One Verdant Drink

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    Absinthe - One Verdant Drink What inspires artistic genius? Some proclaim God, others beauty, many believe instanity, and a few say….mind altering drinks. One cannot but notice the companionship of alchohol with music, literature, and poetry. During the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, Absinthe was the beverage of choice for many prominent artists, and was at the center of the lives of such famous minds as Degas, Manet, Gauguin, and Poe. Le Feé Verte (its pseudonym

  • health drinks

    1635 Words  | 7 Pages

    Importance and Effects of Health drinks and Soft drinks in 21st century Introduction: Here we are going to discuss about the relevance and effects of health drinks and soft drinks like coke. We have explained in our study the advantages and disadvantages of these drinks. What are the ingredients of these drinks? How are they affecting every age group in the 21st century? Should they be used or not and if used in what amounts. The importance of these drinks help us to peep into their world and the