Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Food Photographer Turns Softdrinks to Lollipops to Show Sugar Content. The Results are Shocking!

Softdrinks and beverages are present in every household. They are heavily advertised and very legal; however, recent studies have claimed that the sugar levels in their drinks may not be as safe as we are led to believe.

Henry Hargreaves, a food photographer, has shown the Internet how much sugar is in their favorite beverages (caffeinated or otherwise). In his Youtube video, the New Zealander explained that health professionals have refered to sodas as the cigarettes of this generation.

The results of the lollipop experiment were shocking, which Mountain Dew being the worst with 77 grams of sugar. Even the Vitamin Water, which claimed to be healthy, had 31 grams of sugar in a 20-ounce bottle.

The end result? The lollipops were bigger than the average lolly sold in stores.


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