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Water Milk Coffee. In 2000, Americans drank an average of about 50 gallons of soda per person. Fifty gallons of soda is equal to 533 12-ounce cans of soda. Non-diet sodas contain sugar –about 11 teaspoons per serving The average person eats nearly 147 pounds of sugar a year.
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In 2000, Americans drank an average of about 50 gallons of soda per person.
Fifty gallons of soda is equal to 533 12-ouncecans of soda.
Non-diet sodas contain sugar –about 11 teaspoons per serving • The average person eats nearly 147 pounds of sugar a year.
Phosphoric acid • Citric acid
Bacteria in your mouth use sugar to produce acid. • Acids destroy tooth enamel (tooth decay).
Brown sugar • Corn sweetener • Corn syrup • Dextrose • Fructose • Glucose • High-fructose corn syrup • Honey • Invert sugar • Lactose • Malt syrup • Maltose • Molasses • Raw sugar • Sucrose • Sugar
Grains • Fruits and vegetables • Dairy products • Meat, fish and poultry
CAN OF REGULAR SODA Calories 140 Total Fat 0g Sodium 50 mg Total Carbs 39 g Sugars 39 g Protein 0 g CAN OF DIET SODA Calories 0 Total Fat 0 Sodium 40 mg Total Carbs 0 g Sugars 0 g Protein 0 g
REGULAR SODA Carbonated water High fructose corn syrup Sucrose Coloring Phosphoric acid Citric acid Natural Flavors Caffeine DIET SODA Carbonated water Caramel color Aspartame Phosphoric acid Citric acid Potassium benzoate Natural flavors Citric acid Caffeine
Contain high levels of sugar
Drink less soda and more water, milk and juices. • Don’t sip on soda for a long time. • Use a straw when drinking soda to keep it away from teeth. • Rinse your mouth with water to flush out sugar residue.
Brush more than twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and floss daily to remove plaque and sugar residues from your teeth. • Eat nutritious and balanced meals and limit snacking to maintain healthy teeth.
Check with your dentist about use of supplemental treatments to protect your teeth from decay. • Visit your dentist regularly for cleanings and oral examinations.