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Doesn’t a fizzy drink sound refreshing?
Before you grab one, remember that if you choose soda, you could be drinking 10 teaspoons of sugar or more, depending on your serving. For anyone looking to keep their blood-sugar levels under control, it would be wise to stay clear of any sugary carbonated drinks, dark or light. Instead, try drinking mineral water. You can even squeeze fresh lemon in it for added flavor! Not only is it refreshing, but it contains zero grams of sugar! Aaahhhh
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