Top 5 Sweet Soda Pop Myths

Top 5 Sweet Soda Pop Myths

Who doesn’t love a fizzy drink? With names like Coca-Cola (Coke), Pepsi, Dr Pepper, Mountain Dew, Fanta, Sprite, Crush, 7 Up, Bepis, and even Lester’s Fixins on the shelves, we may have taken these myths for granted whilst swigging down their sugary nectar.

Whether you love yourself some sodie pops or are looking for a reason to cut them out of your diet be sure to watch this episode of Watchmojo’s Top 5 Myths, where we ask the big questions like: Can Ginger Ale help nausea? Does Mountain Dew lower sperm count? Can Carbonation cause brittle bones? is diet soda better for you? what was new coke? So stay tuned to find the answers.

And if this video wet your appetite for some beer and booze myths, check out our top 5 Myths about Alcohol:

or perhaps you’re looking to get fit now that you’ve cut pop from your diet, so check out our top 5 myths about bodybuilding:

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12 thoughts on “Top 5 Sweet Soda Pop Myths

  1. “Classic Coke” is not the same as “old Coke”. The old Coke used sugar and
    vanilla. “New Coke” and “Classic Coke” used Corn syrups and vanillin. While
    I don’t think “New Coke” was a marketing gimmick, it did succeed in
    covering up the fact that they switched to far cheaper ingredients.

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