Though "calorie- free," sodas are not...

Though "calorie- free," sodas are not free

There are 1 comment on the RDH story from Aug 8, 2013, titled Though "calorie- free," sodas are not free. In it, RDH reports that:

Over the past 16 years, the amount of sugar in American diets has increased by 28%, with about a third of it coming from soft drinks.

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La Vergne, TN

#1 Aug 29, 2013
Four words: High-Fructose Corn Syrup. I still remember the first Dr. Pepper I drank with HFCS, in 1986. I haven't cared much for Coke or Pepsi products, since. Bring back cane sugar, and you just might sell a few more.
Regardless of your deception techniques, most of us can tell a difference in the flavor.
I stopped drinking soda, when I found out what the garbage was being mixed into the formula. So it's brewed unsweetened tea for me. No diabetes for me, thank you. You have yourselves to blame.

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