Non alcoholic drinks, moderately please
The year 2005 was very beneficial for companies producing soft drinks in Spain, reaching no less than 4.887 million liters produced. This is one of the data that emerges from the white paper on soft drinks published by the National Association of Manufacturers of Non-alcoholic Refreshing Drinks (ANFABRA). A non-alcoholic drink is one that does not exceed an acquired alcoholic strength by volume of 1.2% vol., Such as refreshing drinks made from extracts, fruit juices, carbonated, flavored, etc.
Without a doubt, we have a wide range of these drinks on the market and their demand among Spaniards and especially among children is becoming more and more evident. There are phenomena that are quite inexplicable such as the so-called Coca-Cola phenomenon, we can find Coca-Cola in practically every house in the world, indeed, where some technological advances have not arrived, such as the telephone, if Coca-Cola has arrived . These drinks are consumed much more in summer, but all the excesses are harmful and that is where the problem lies, having a soda from time to time does not imply any contraindication, do it constantly and regularly, yes, we can put addicted children, for example to Coca-Cola, which they practically cannot eat if they do not accompany their food with this drink. When they are older there are several problems they present, mainly being overweight or obese.
It is even difficult to imagine accompanying certain foods with water, a hamburger with potatoes is almost always accompanied by a soft drink, water makes this type of food more insipid.
The rule that should be applied is that non-alcoholic beverages should not be abused, which despite being highly suggestive, are not recommended in excess.
More information | North of Castilla More information | Anfabra More information | 5 Days Direct to the Palate | It is recommended to drink water before being thirsty and to follow a hydric diet. Direct to the Palate | Water is replaced by the different soft drinks on the market
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