Soda and Your Skin: New Research That Will Make You Rethink Your Drink

Deven Hopp

We all know sipping soda isn’t quite the same as drinking a fresh pressed juice. You probably also know that on the spectrum of beverage choices, it’s about as bad for your waistline as it gets. Even if your bubbly caffeine boost isn’t causing you to gain weight, that doesn’t mean you should sip freely. New research suggests the damage soda does to your body goes way beyond tipping the scale. We talked to Dr. Brett West, advisory board member of the A.G.E. Foundation and director of research at Morinda, to get the scoop on the effects of drinking soda.

Scroll through to find how it’s really impacting your body and your skin.

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