Soft drinks have become a normal part of the American diet. Both children and adults enjoy at least a bottle a day of their favorite softdrink and couldn't be bothered with its impending effects on health.
One aspect of softdrinks that raises the eyebrows of health experts is their sugar content. In dental health, sugar is frowned upon because of its role in the rapid deterioration of teeth. Bacteria in the mouth consumes sugar and as a byproduct, produces acid that damages teeth. The following are data regarding the sugar content of a number of softdrinks, some of which are the most popular brands in the US, in terms of grams of sugar per ounce of serving.
Sugar Content in Soda Pop
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