(NaturalNews) Have you ever wondered what's really in a can of soda or a sports drink? The Health Ranger and Dr. Ed Group reveal the truth in the latest episode from GAIAM TV called "Toxic Beverages Exposed."
In this episode, available to all members of GAIAM TV, we explore the toxic effects of sodas and sports drinks. We show you fascinating microscopic footage of phosphoric acid (used in sodas) eating away tooth enamel, and we discuss the toxicity of common soda ingredients such as chemical sweeteners.
We also make our own toxic "sports drink" beverage right on camera, complete with artificial food coloring, caffeine powder and artificial sweeteners.
If you've ever wondered what's really in soda, sports drinks and other beverages, this episode reveals the shocking truth that may change your soda consumption habits forever! (If you've got children or teens who drink soda, show them this footage and they'll be shocked!)
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"Toxic Beverages" is episode three of a 12-part series called "Secrets to Health." Nine more episodes are on the way, with a new episode published about once a week.
Members of GAIAM TV can watch all the episodes free of charge. GAIAM is a video service similar to Netflix, where a small monthly membership fee gets you access to literally thousands of empowering videos, documentaries, how-to programs, yoga and fitness videos and more.
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