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Soft Drinks Trivia

written by: Aeria
 
Soft drinks have found their place in history. There is nothing more refreshing than a cold soda in the hot summer days. But is it good for you? Take this trivia quiz find out.

Question 1:


Refined sugar is an important ingredient in soft drinks. It is known to cause this.
Agitation
Sore throat
Cavities
Headache

Question 2:


Producing corn syrup is the second largest use of corn in North America; this is the largest.
Feeding livestock
Paper and textiles
Frozen food sales
Producing ethanol fuels

Question 3:


The nutritional value and vitamin content in soft drinks are generally only this much.
1/10th of the daily requirements
1/20th of the daily requirements
1/5th of the daily requirements
1/8th of the daily requirements

Question 4:


If you mostly drink soft drinks and no milk, your chances of getting this are increased.
Asthma
Osteoporosis
Cholera
Pneumonia

Question 5:


The lack of vitamins and minerals in soft drinks causes effects on your skin. Your skin becomes more prone to this.
Irregular tanning
Wrinkles and aging
Pigmentation disorders
Spots

Question 6:


Many diet soft drinks contain this artificial, non-carbohydrate sweetener, discovered in 1965 by James M. Schlatter.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:


Many soft drinks contain caffeine. Your body absorbs caffeine more readily from soft drinks than coffee, due to this.
Carbonation
Softness
Sweetness
Coloring

Question 8:


You can reduce contact with your teeth when drinking soda, by doing this.
Using baby cup
Drinking it slowly
Using a special glass
Using a straw

Question 9:


Soft drink consumption is said to be a main contributing factor to this problem.
Nightmares
Obesity
Asthma
Malaria

Question 10:


Researches have found a relationship between drinking soda pop and this.
Leprosy
Colds and Flus
Kidney stones
Esophagus disorders

 


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