Here's a short article on WebMD discussing this: www.webmd.com/osteoporosis/features/soda-o
I lived on Mountain Dew for decades - never drank coffee or water or, frankly, anything but Mountain Dew. There isn't a history of osteo in my family, so I seem to be the anecdotal evidence for this.
Here's another article published on LiveStrong.com (an SP competitor) that gives a list of soda ingredients that might be contributing to the development on osteo. Not surprised to see my nectar of the gods - Dew Me! - mentioned. www.livestrong.com/article/285773-soda-int
Happy reading! The first person who replies gets a 3,000 SparkPoint Cleaning Service on me!
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