By regions or different drinks? If by drinks each drink has 7 regions.
from not going in out in cold weather and not drinking cold drinks from not going in out in cold weather and not drinking cold drinks
generally the cold drinks are not harmful for health but the daily use of cold drinks can be harmful for health like sugar and other hart problems can be occur by the daily use of cold drinks
It is better to drink warm drinks in cold weather and cold drinks when it is warm outside. When you drink a warm drink during cold weather, it helps to keep you warm.
1. cold drinks benificial or harmful. 2. composition of cold drinks 3. role of the cold drinks in our body
That is not because of the drinks. You get a cold from a virus. Maybe you hang out with a lot of people and going out when drinking and that is how viruses spread.
Put them in an insulated container. For example a vacuum flask keeps hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold.
we can drink 4 cold drinks in a week
Carbon-di-oxide is used in cold drinks and fizzy drinks to give it a bubbly nature. It also gives an artificial feeling of bloated or filled stomach after consuming these drinks.
define a cold drink.
by putting it in the fridge
Yes, you can drink cold drinks when you have chickenpox. There are no dietary restrictions with chickenpox; you can eat or drink what you like.
Because it can be hot or too warm. It would be around 80-95 degrees to get cold drinks.
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It keeps ice and cold drinks cold :)
A flask. It also keeps drinks hot.
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