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  • 1. SOFT DRINKS ARE POISON DRINKS Obaid Ur Rehman Faheemullah
  • 2. Contents
    • What is soft drink?
    • Types of soft drinks
    • What is poison?
    • Reasons, why people
    • take soft drinks?
    • Effect of soft drinks
    • Alternative drinks
    • Alternative uses of soft
    • drinks
  • 3. What Is Soft Drink?
    • “ A soft drink is a drink that contains no alcohol but is usually referred to as a sugary drink .”
    • A soft drink is:
    • Non alcohlic beverage.
    • Carbonated water.
    • Sweetened by the addition of sugar.
    • Is flavoured and coloured.
  • 4. Type of soft drinks
    • Cola
    • Lemon-lime
    • Root beer
    • Cream soda
    • Ginger ale
  • 5. poison???
    • substances that can cause disturbances to organisms usually by chemical reaction on molecular scale, when a sufficient quantity is absorbed by an organism.
  • 6. Reasons why people take soft drinks?
    • It’s Very Tasty!
    • It's Everywhere!
    • Convenience, "Grab-n-Go"!
    • Promotion and Advertising
    • Soda Habit
    • It Is Cheap
    • Thirst
    • Caffeine Addiction
  • 7. Effect of soft drinks (causes)
    • Weight Gain & Obesity
    • Drinking a single 330 ml can a day of sugary drinks translates to more than 1lb of weight gain every month.
    • Risk of Osteoporosis
    • soft drinks may also increase the risk of osteoporosis,especially in people who drink soft drinks instead of calcium-rich milk
  • 8. continue
    • Dental Caries and Erosion
    • Soda eats up and dissolves the tooth enamel. Researchers say that soft drinks are responsible for doubling or
    • the incidence of tooth decay .
    • Impaired Digestive System
    • The phosphoric acid present in soft drink competes with the hydrochloric acid of the stomach and affects its functions.
  • 9. continue
    • High Caffeine Content
    • High doses of caffeine can cause irritability, restlessness, tension, insomnia, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat and other side effects.
    • Toxins – Aspartame
    • The poison in diet soda is an artificial sweetener aspartame.There are over 92 different health side effects associated with aspartame consumption.
  • 10. Alternative drinks
    • Water
    • Every cell in your body needs water from head to toe.
    • Milk
    • Avoid osteoporosis, hypertension, tooth decay and colon cancer.
    • Fresh Juice of fruits
    • Fresh juices contain phytochemicals, substances in plants that are linked to good health and prevention of certain deadly diseases .
    • Tea
    • tea's antioxidants protect your body from the ravages of aging and the effects of pollution.
  • 11. Alternative uses of soft drinks
    • 1. To clean a toilet.
    • Pour a can of coca-cola into the toilet bowl. Sit for one hour, then flush clean. The citric acids in coke remove stains from vitreous china.
    • 2. To remove rust spots from chrome car bumpers.
    • Rub the bumper with a crumple-up piece of Reynolds wrap aluminum foil dipped in coca-cola.
    • 3 . To clean corrosion from car battery terminals .
    • Pour a can of coca-cola over the terminals to bubble away the corrosion.
  • 12. continue
    • 4 . To loosen a rusted bolt .
    • Apply a cloth soaked in coca-cola to the rusted bolt for some time.
    • 5. To remove grease from clothes.
    • Pour a can of coke into a load of greasy clothes, add detergent, and run through a regular cycle. The cola will help loosen grease. It will also help road haze from car windshield.
  • 13. Conclusion
    • Poison
    • Is an enemy having weapon in hand with the intention to kill human.
    • Soft drinks
    • Is an enemy having sweet mixed with toxin to kill human.