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kc42 wrote:It doesn't apply to diet soda or milkshakes. Because, you know, milkshakes aren't fattening, and diet soda is health food.
Gramma Jackie wrote:Or fried foods like KFC and French fries, or cheeseburgers or 12 oz. sirloins or hot dogs or a host of other things that are bad to eat. People will still continue to chow down on those things. Even if they never drink another soft drink in their lives, they can still be unhealthy.
LifeForce24 wrote:While on the one end, it does have a fascist feel to it on the other end..
LifeForce24 wrote:Well, as weird as it may be to have to do that, it can only do more good than harm for public health. It certainly can't make things worse.
Summer wrote:LifeForce24 wrote:While on the one end, it does have a fascist feel to it on the other end..
I wouldn't go that far... you can still drink 64oz, you just have to get more servings and that's recognizing how we work so that we are better able to act according to our own desires, needs, wishes. Of course the sugary drinks in general manage to bypass a lot of natural self regulations so arguably they should be banned all together but it still takes an action to get them, overdrinking happens without any effort on our part so we do need help with that. But of course if we really want to have more we still can.
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