Ehaera Wrote:
Jun 26, 2012 10:20 PM
Saying there's about as much calories and sugar in orange juice and Coke is telling a half-truth. Comparing an eight 8-ounce glass between the two made by the same company shows: Minute Maid 100% orange juice has 110 calories, 15 mg of sodium (1% RDA for a 2,000 calorie diet), 27g of carbohydrates (9%), 24g of sugar, and provides 13% of the RDA of potassium, as well as vitamin C (120%), vitamin B6 (4%), thiamin (10%), folate (15%), magnesium (6%), calcium (2%) and niacin (2%). In contrast regular Coca-Cola has 100 calories, 30 mg of sodium (1%), 27g of carbohydrates (9%) and 27g of sugar. The soda provides no protein, fat, fiber, vitamins or minerals. Diet Coke and Coca-Cola Zero have no calories and no carbohydrates. ...