Generally, any fitness trainer would recommend a complete removal of any type of Soda or soft drink from one’s list of items to consume. The high sucrose levels in them, aren’t even healthy and only promotes the increase cases of diabetes in today’s society. It’s not an unwarranted suggestion, and it’s not even inconceivable that the topic of taxing sodas to prevent consumption has be coming up recently in various governments. But, we as people have a sweet tooth. We like our soft drinks, our sweet juices, etc. Drinking only slightly flavored water, or water only, sometimes isn’t always a desirable option, especially out at events, etc. Maybe at a restaurant, you would like to have some type of flavored drink, that is conducive to keeping to your diet.
Although there are some people who don’t have a love for soft drinks, the rest of us who actually enjoy a coke or two, back in the day, alternatives are a must. It helps keeps us on track, and it gives us the feeling that life doesn’t have to suddenly come to a crawl, just because we’re trying to live a healthy lifestyle. Fortunately for those soft drink lovers, there are healthy sugar-free options out there that are even recommended to individuals who suffer from diabetes or kidney problems and cannot consume too much water. Those drinks include coke zero and pepsi max. Personally, a cold coke zero, compensates very much for the desired flavored drink that one wants, every now and then.
It may surprise you, but a lot of people actually would think that drinking coke zero or pepsi max, isn’t allowed when they move from a life of bad carbs and high sucrose in their diets to a healthy lifestyle limited of sugars of certain types. I am telling you now, you can drink coke zero and pepsi max, along with any other sugar-free soda you can get your hands on. A good side note is, make sure it’s extremely cold before consuming. It’s absolutely delicious!Read More »