Why drinking pop can be detrimental to womens’ health

According to a recent poll, nearly half of Americans — 48 percent — say they drink at least one glass of pop per day. While 52 percent report they usually don’t drink any soda, the average daily amount of soda consumed is 2.6 glasses for those who do.

It is well known fact that drinking pop can have a vast impact on one’s health. A few health effects from drinking pop can lead to:

  • Dissolving tooth enamel
  • Heart disease
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Dry skin

While the above health effects affect everyone, women are more vulnerable to an array of health risks.

More women consume pop to satisfy their “sweet tooth” and it has been seen that pop has particularly damaging effects on women than men – even if it’s diet. With the studies that have been done, correlations of health risk and women have been discovered.

  • Premature aging
  • Phosphoric acid leading to Osteoporosis
  • Reproductive system – lowered fertility
  • High potassium levels – irregular heat beat

This is why it’s so important to take the initiative and trade that pop for water. If you’re a regular pop drinker, it may be hard to quit cold turkey, but having the easy access to water that Crystal Clear Water provides can make it easier.

Next time you’re thinking about reaching for a soda bottle, reevaluate and grab a Crystal Clear Water product. CCBW has many products that can help quench your soda cravings including our very own Crystal Clear Bottled Water; Mountain Valley Spring Water; flavored sparkling water (Strawberry Dragon Fruit, Key Lime, Tangerine And Mango Peach Pineapple), Chippewa Spring Water and Neenah Artisian Water.

To learn more about Crystal Clear Water and its services and products visit ccbw.com