SHOULD BE MONITORED PERIODICALLY SAYS SUPREME COURT.
The public has the right to life and hence the Food Safety & Standards Authority of India should make periodic checks of all manufacuring facilities of carbonated
soft drinks says the Country's highest court,the Supreme Court.
Well known nutrionist Dr.Ishi Khosla,says,"colas have destructive effect on one's
health essentially because of the high sugar content.Each 330 ml of a serving of
Cola contains about eight to nine teaspoons of sugar,a primary cause of Obesity
among children and adult alike.Besides, the calories in Colas are all empty calories
and provide no nutrition but only chemicals.".
'"The caffeine content in colas though minimal,also makes them addictive".says
Dr.Sunita Roy Choudhary of Rockland Hospital.
Courtesy:Yahoo News India.