Science Experiments with Coca-Cola, Pepsi Cola, Cola Light & Coca Cola. Suggar Test

In this video I will show you Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola, Coca Cola Light and Coca Cola Zero REAL SUGGAR TEST that shows how much suggar and salt is in these 4 different Coca Cola ptoducts. Realized through real Boiling experiment. Prezented by Wasaby Sajado
What happens when boiling these 4 different types of cokes
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  1. 1) ASPARTAME  –   shown to be highly carcinogenic, in lab-rat testing
    2) BPA (viz., bisphenol A)  — is found in the cans (but not bottles) used in the beverage industry, and it is also carcinogenic
    3) 4-MI  (viz., 4-methylimidazole) — is the chemical that is produced by the acid-proofing of caramel which gives the dark color to cola drinks.  This substance is VERY HIGHLY carcinogenic (with even more, additional harmful effects above and beyond its cancer potential):  so much so that the state of California, here in the U.S., has set a limit of a mere 16mcg, as a safe level of daily consumption of this substance.  The problem is that a mere 12-ounce (~ 360 ml ) can of cola has 130mcg of 4-MI, in it!  That is more than 8 times the acceptable daily intake of this dangerous substance: in just one can of cola!
    CONCLUSION:  When you drink a zero-calorie cola out of a can, you are subjecting yourself to THREE sources and types of carcinogenic substances.  And, if you only drink "regular cola" (and in a plastic bottle), you are STILL getting all of that extremely toxic (viz., carcinogenic) substance known as 4-MI.  (Note: 130mcg is in "micrograms", not grams, or even milligrams.  It is an extremely harmful substance!).  And, if you should have a real appetite for colas; and, you drink a 2-liter bottle full of it, on a daily basis, you will be consuming nearly 800 micrograms of this 4-MI, which is nearly FIFTY TIMES the daily level considered to be safe, for human consumption.

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