I am better off without the pop! I used to drink at least six cans of cola, soda, pop, a day. At one point, I switched to diet pop, thinking it would be better for me. All I did was drink more. Finally, one Lent, I gave up pop for fourty-days. It was really hard, however, after eliminating it in my diet, I found that I didn’t need pop any more. Of course, I do have a cola once in a while, like when we go out to dinner, but generally, I drink water. Stopping the pop addiction is the best thing I have ever done!
When I was 7 years old, I gave up soda for Lent – and never went back. I am eternally grateful for this. Because of this, my 11 yr old son doesn’t drink soda (or ever been to a McDonald’s ) and our household is soda free. When we go out to eat, we drink water, seltzer or juice. Best thing ever! Now if I could only free myself of the other sugar addictions. . .
You have the right idea. My grandson never drinks soda. I think it is best if children are never introduced to the stuff.
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