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This is what would happen if you only drank coke for a year

Enjoy the sweet, refreshing taste of [insert preferred brand of cola]?

Don't worry, we're not about to guilt trip you into giving it up - the chaps over at AsapSCIENCE are though. 

The team behind the simple science YouTube channel have turned their attention to the affects of drinking soda, pondering what would happen if you swapped your recommended intake of water for the sugary nectar. 

"But I only drink diet coke!" 

You're not safe either...

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