Pepsi, a cola soda, is the main competitor to Coca-cola. Ask questions here about the history of Pepsi, calories and flavors.
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Asked in Health, Conditions and Diseases, Pepsi
Can drinking Pepsi cause chest pains?
The most common cause of such "chest pains" would be due to esophageal refllux. However, in certain instances, especially in those individuals with significant cardiovascular risk factors or diagnosed coronary artery disease (for instance), caffeinated products (...and caffeine is a stimulant) can cause coronary artery spasm and angina. Therefore, if the chest pains are heavy, in the center of the chest (typically), and occur with numbness, pain or tingling of the jaw, shoulder, arm or hand, then it would be best to have this assessed emergently.
Is Dr Pepper a Pepsi or Coke product?
It is neither. Although, Dr Pepper became insolvent in the early 1980s, prompting an investment group to take the company private. Several years later, Coca-Cola attempted to acquire Dr Pepper, but was blocked from doing so by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Around the same time, Seven Up was acquired from Phillip Morris by the same investment company that bailed out Dr Pepper. Upon the failure of the Coca-Cola merger, Dr Pepper and Seven Up merged (creating Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc., or DPSU), giving up international branding rights in the process. After the DPSU merger, Coca-Cola obtained most non-U.S. rights to the Dr Pepper name but, did not fully take the product.
Asked in Nutrition, Pepsi
What are the negative effects of Pepsi on the body?
Pepsi contains phenylalanine l. Phenylalanine in large doses is an effective nerve gas. Theories suggest that this compound may increase the risk of ADHD . The caffeine in it is just over a cup of teas worth in every glass, caffeine is a nerve stimulant that can cause headaches, hyperactivity and a crash, same as sugar. Phosphoric acid over time can lead to heart palpitations. The heart rate goes up when you drink it instead of going down like it does with water, pure fruit juice and tea. Pepsi is very high in sugar, therefore calories which if overdoses may contribute to, many health problems, e.g weight-gain, diabetes, hypertension etc.
Will pepsi help asthma?
Yes, the bubbles help open your throat. Coke works too. Caffeinated soft drinks may work, but it is not the carbonation that helps, and the CO2 may actually create problems for an asthmatic. A small amount of cool black coffee is a better home remedy. The caffeine helps to open the bronchial air way.
Asked in Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Sprite
What happens if you put Tylenol in a soda?
Well, for one thing, it makes the soda taste really nasty. The fact that you would even ask this question indicates that you've been told something about this. It's probably not true, but if you want to be sure, you might ask again, phrasing the question in a more specific way, like "If you put Tylenol in soda does it make girls want to love you long time" or something of the sort. (No, it doesn't, if that's more or less what you were really trying to ask.)
Asked in Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Mission Statements
Evaluate mission statement of pepsi cola?
product : "foods and beverages" client:" Investors" Market"World" Technlogy:non Philosoph: "we strive for honesty, fairness and integrity." Self_Image: "We seek to produce healthy financial rewards " Public_Image: "enrichment to our business partners and the communities " Concer For Profit: " we provide opportunities for growth " Concer For HR: "enrichment to our employees " I Hope I Did it Right Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_mission_statement_of_Pepsi#ixzz1OKTbGpW0"
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Diabetes, Pepsi
Is drinking of Pepsi is harmful for diabetes patients?
Contrary to popular layperson's beliefs, patients with Diabetes can drink sugared beverages. The KEY is "in moderation", just like with ALL foods and beverages. A diabetic would need to figure in the sugars and carbs, and factor that into their daily counts. Many diabetic patients do switch to diet beverages, trying to cut sugar plus to lose weight. But a small amount of sugared beverages, in moderation, will not greatly affect intake counts. It's the same rule with white flour products (bread, donuts, buscuits, muffins) and desserts (candy bar, cake, cookie, pie)... diabetics CAN eat these AS LONG AS they figure the sugar and carbs into their overall daily allowance for each and be moderate in their consumption. Example: No one should consume 2 liters of Cola or Pepsi every day... or eat 6 candy bars every day. But a cup (4-6 ounces) of Pepsi a few times a week or a slice of pie once in a while is fine. Anyone who tells a diabetic they cannot have something based only on a category of food or beverage is completely wrong. Again, it IS allowed --- but in moderation and as part of the overall daily allowances. Diabetics obviously should also routinely test their blood sugars. HOWEVER, Colas are "addictive" because of the caffeine. So many people choose to stop drinking Coke and Pepsi because they find "one is never enough".