139 calories. This is known as the daily reference intake (RI).
Calorie count – sodas and energy drinks
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A 12-ounce can of Coca Cola clocks in at 140 calories, and the same size Pepsi has 150. But a can or bottle of these 11 sugary drinks has even more.
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Coca – Cola, nutritionally, has a touch more sodium than Pepsi, which reminds us of Topo Chico or a club soda and results in a less blatantly sweet taste. Pepsi packs more calories, sugar, and caffeine than Coke. The flavor difference is slight, but its there!
To lose about 1 pound per week, aim to eat 500 fewer calories per day, or burn those calories from exercise. Do not go below 1,200 calories per day without a doctor’s recommendation or medical supervision. There is not necessarily a single “best” weight loss diet that works for everyone.
Chronic Health Diseases – According to the US Framingham Heart Study, drinking one can of soda has not only been linked to obesity, but also an increased risk of metabolic syndrome, impaired sugar levels, increased waist size, high blood pressure and higher cholesterol levels, which can increase the risk of heart
Turning to nutritional content, Pepsi has slightly more sugar, calories, and caffeine. Coke has slightly more sodium. There are also mysterious differences in the natural flavors included in each drink.
Here are 8 low or no sugar companions for your favourite soft drinks: Coca-Cola Classic. Sprite. Dr Pepper. Fanta. Lilt. Powerade. Oasis. Schweppes.
These drinks are especially high in calories: Soft drinks, like soda (250 ml) = 105 calories, 9 cubes of sugar. Ice tea (250 ml) = 70 calories, 6 cubes of sugar. Fruit smoothie (250 ml) = 135 calories, 10 cubes of sugar. Orange juice (250 ml) = 115 calories, 8 cubes of sugar.
Pepsi actually contains more sugar than Coke, which clocks in at 39 grams of sugar. This Pepsi offshoot contains 160 calories and 42 grams of sugar. Orange soda generally contains a lot more sugar than regular cola; Orange Fanta contains 160 calories and 44 grams of sugar per can.
Normal strength beers have roughly the same number of calories as standard sodas. Light versions can have far fewer. Let’s look at some of the brands to see how this plays out. A 12-ounce can of classic formula Coca-Cola has 140 calories.
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There are 250 calories in 1 bottle (20 oz) of Pepsi Pepsi (20 oz).
If you drink an 8-ounce can of Pepsi, you will consume 100 calories and 27 grams of sugar. According to health.yahoo.net, we are supposed to limit our sugar intake to 6 percent of our total day’s calories, which would be 32 grams of sugar.