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fizzy drink

A UK term of art for a carbonated beverage available for purchase in 170 cc to 2-litre cans or bottles in developed countries as well as the United States, which have been targeted as a major culprit in the rise of obesity worldwide due to generally high sugar content.
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I knew if I went to a dentist I'd have to stop drinking fizzy drinks and I didn't want to do that before.
EXPENSE Cost of fizzy drinks is going up to combat obesity
SUGARY DRINKS SUGARY DRINKS WATER/SUGAR FREE DRINKS WATER/SUGAR FREE DRINKS When you're shopping for fizzy drinks, why not try the sugar-free or diet options.
What they do not know is that each bottle of fizzy drink has 9 or 10 teaspoons of sugar.
A reputed dentist who has been in business for more than 15 years said that he has seen first-hand, what these fizzy drinks can do to the teeth.
I was at a total loss to explain to him the unhealthy consequences of consuming fizzy drinks.
The UKAB report said: "The first officer noticed an unidentified object, described as a rocket shaped and the size of 2x2-litre fizzy drink bottles.
TRIGGER Some studies found fizzy drink consumption linked to a higher risk of certain cancers.
A NORTH Wales headteacher yesterday called for leisure centres to dump fizzy drinks and junk food for the sake of children's health.
Assuming an average hospital doctor salary of PS50k and a population in Wales of 3 million, each man, woman and child is going to need to consume 83 litres of fizzy drink each year to finance such a crackpot policy.
They are consuming an alarming amount of fizzy drinks, sweets, chocolate and crisps as a regular part of their daily diet," BHF dietician Victoria Taylor said.
When you drop Mentos mints into a fizzy drink, there's an explosion of bubbles released from the pop.