Fun Fact Friday: The Numbers of Skipping Soda

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Happy Friday to all you Glen Summit fans out there, and welcome to our latest edition of Fun Fact Friday!  Please join us today as we give you some staggering numbers that come when you replace one soda with a water per day!

It doesn’t take a Harvard-education nutritionist to figure out that water is better for you than soda.  We all know the side effects these sugary beverages have, but how much can you really save by cutting it out of your diet?

Should you replace just one singular soda a day with a glass of water, you are saving enough calories to lose over 14 pounds per year!  Think about it: if one soda is 140 calories, cutting that out of your calorie count will be enough to give substantial weight loss in the months to come.

Not only that, but cutting these drinks out will reduce your risk of becoming dehydrated throughout the day, and reduce your risk of osteoporosis (colas contain phosphoric acid, which will draw calcium out of your bones, potentially explaining the rise of the condition in today’s day and age).

Don’t get us wrong: everything isn’t bad in moderation, but just making the conscious choice to alter your beverage habits can lead to great changes in the long run.

To experience these changes for yourself, give us a call today and have us run over a case of our fresh spring water!

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