Unhealthiest Drinks Exposed
06-02-2008 12:03 PM
It's not bad that these drinks are made/sold..it's frickin' pathetic that people DRINK them. It's Econ 101..supply & demand....there's a demand for sugar-laden drinks by our obese (and morbidly obese) population.
150+ grams of sugar? You truly have to be either mentally retarded to consume that in one drink or you are being held at gunpoint. That's Type II Diabetes in a bottle.
06-03-2008 03:12 AM
People use to bulk like that in the 60's, it's nothing new to drink any of that. A dirty bulk, is well, a dirty bulk. If you have the ability to use it to your advantage.
Originally Posted by papapumpsd
I use to consume those type beverages, well, never those exactly but smoothie king and I NEVER gained weight. But im also one of those guy's that can down over 5,000 cals a day and not gain much weight because of thyroids, so...go figure.
06-03-2008 06:13 AM
As a powerlifter, I'd drink it in my quest to become 350lbs. Then I'd consume on a daily basis to maintain my extreme physique. Women love big bellies.
Originally Posted by Manimalia
06-03-2008 06:22 AM
As far as sugar goes in drinks, is high fructose corn syrup ALWAYS labelled as just that (HFCS) on the can/bottle? Or can a product with 'sugar' written on it simply have that written (as a general term for all types) in place of what might actually be HFCS?
The reason I'm asking is that in Australia, NOTHING has a label indicating it contains HFCS. If a product contains sugar, it will simply say sugar. I think this would be safe to assume that it is simply cane sugar.
06-03-2008 06:56 AM
I am guilty of drinking the odd vitamin water
Atleast it doesn't have HFCS
06-03-2008 07:12 AM
Who knew that Baskin Robbins made a weight gainer?
06-03-2008 11:20 AM
love vitamin water... not anymore.
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