Bubble Drink

24 01 2011

Long time back before softdrink & other carbonation drink invented, water was remaining only tasteless, plain and boring liquid. If we’re still drink the water because human body need liquid to survive. And it take time, experiment, innovation when the coloring agent and flavoring agent get involved in the drink.

For many years, pharmacists were the driving force behind the refinement of soft drinks and many of the flavours and combinations. And while no miracle cures developed, some very interesting flavours and tastes were discovered. Ginger ale, root beer, lemon and strawberry were among the most popular of the early flavours.
The manufacturing of soft drinks began in the 1830’s in America. However, the evolution of soft drinks took place over a much longer time period. The fascination began with effervescent mineral waters which have been popular for thousands of years.

Today refreshment is literally right around the corner. Inventors of soft drinks spread their products across America by opening a few strategically placed bottling facilities through franchise agreements. Eventually it became clear that supplying a growing nation’s thirst for soft drinks would require more than a few additional bottling plants. New, modern machinery turned out uniform products and significantly increased the production of soft drinks. New, automated machinery was developed, making the soft drink industry more efficient and productive. The industrial age was in full swing, America’s population was exploding and soft drink demand was booming. New, modern machinery turned out uniform products and significantly increased the production of soft drinks.

Soft drink production begins with the creation of flavoured syrup using a closely-guarded company recipe. The syrup is mixed with purified water and then carbonated by adding carbon dioxide gas under pressure. This carbonation creates the effect that gives soft drinks a refreshing taste. A series of filtration systems produces the super-purified water that is fresh, clean and clear. Soft drink production starts with a pure source of water. Soft drink companies have kept pace with the nation’s endless thirst for refreshment. While many things have changed throughout the years, soft drinks continue to be a beverage of choice.

They are a simple refreshment beverage that make no nutritional claims, but that also are not linked to any health problems as part of a balanced diet.

Soft drinks & Side effect to the body

Soft drinks have been part of the American landscape for more than a century. They are a simple refreshment beverage that make no nutritional claims, but that also are not linked to any health problems as part of a balanced diet.

A growing body of scientific evidence by governmental and academic researchers, looking specifically at soft drink consumption, shows there is no connection between soft drink consumption and health problems, including obesity, tooth decay and bone health. A research conducted by the Georgetown University Center for Food & Nutrition Policy shows that soft drinks are not linked to obesity in children, calcium displacement, poor eating habits or a lack of physical activity. The research showed that there was no correlation between regular soft drink consumption and Body Mass Index, a key measure of weight.

A growing body of scientific evidence shows that neither the phosphoric acid nor caffeine contained is some soft drinks adversely affect bone health. A recent study showed that soft drinks do not cause increased cavities in people under the age of 25.

By Tarjoe,
January 24,2011


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24 01 2011
Phyo

Very nice one ,Bro !!
Thanks for sharing the knowledge and pretty stuffsssssss…..
Take care
Phyo

26 01 2011
tarjoe

Aha…waiting for latest one aswell from yours bro!

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