Say No to Soft Drinks

Soft drink companies, such as Pepsi and Coke have been proven to cause obesity because of their high sugar content.

College Food Service Administrators should not serve soft drinks in their cafeterias because soft drinks negatively affect the health of students.

There is too much sugar in a can of soda. With the combination of soda and an excess amount of food, college students are becoming obese.

Obesity is a preventable disease.

This is not reality. Soda does cause obesity.

By drinking soft drinks, students could develop visual effects like obesity.

Obesity is a real problem that needs to faced. Take a preventative step against obesity and towards better health of students by not serving soft drinks in college cafeterias.

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