Coke Persuasive Speech

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Why You Shouldn’t Drink Coke Are you comfortable knowing that your children drink something worse than alcohol? That’s right, I’m talking about Coke. Coke is by far one of the most consumed beverages in the world. It’s safe to say that mostly everyone drinks pop or soda. If we trace Coke’s roots back to how and where it started it was a beneficial medicine that contained cocaine. That’s why it’s called Coke. In its beginnings, it was used as medicine. Then a company called Coca Cola decided to produce Coke as an everyday drink. So they removed the medical components and cocaine and added a lot of sugar and carbonation. Coke has so much sugar that you don’t throw up because of the phosphoric acid in the beverage, which retains the taste of…show more content…
This disease is caused by the need of calcium in your bones basically your bones thanks to the lack of calcium it turns into brittle. So guess what the phosphoric acid in Coke leeches calcium out of your bones that goes to your urine and is discarded from your body this is as well this is why it causes renal problems and as I said Cancer. Pregnant women can’t drink coffee because it harms the baby matter a fact most women that drink caffeine have a high chance of losing their baby. The national infertility association has an article published by Samuel A. Pauli, MD and Donna R. Session, MD they state that beverages like coffee, soda, and Coke lead to infertility because of the caffeine in it so not only caffeine harms your baby inside the womb and decreases your chances of getting pregnant. Coke and all its products except for “Caffeine Free Coke” contains caffeine, which can increase your alertness. According to the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a 12 oz. can of Coke contains 35mg of caffeine. A 20 oz. bottle of Coke Zero contains 58mg of caffeine. According to a 2008 study by the Sensory Neuroscience Laboratory in Melbourne Australia, caffeine increased alertness in tranquil

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