Did you know that each American drinks an average of 44.7 liters of soda a year? In contrast, only 28.3 gallons drink bottled water. These figures are of 2010 and they really are an improvement over 2005, when Americans were drinking 6.8 liters of soda each year. Whichever way the numbers are cut, one thing is certain: we drink too much sodium and water is not enough.
Up to 60 percent of the human body is composed of water. The substance is our reason for being. It keeps our, our functional light skin and digestive system is absolutely necessary for human health. Soda is the opposite. It is often made with syrup, high fructose corn syrup, which is so sugary sweet as can be and usually lacks nutrition.
See five reasons for omitting sodium hydrate and water instead.
– Erin Wildermuth