I read through the FAQ's and the product doesn't appear to have any harmful ingredients at all. I think it is probably ok to have some of this soda brand occasionally as a change of pace. With all the other thousands of chemicals, hormones, antibiotics and other junk in our air and water bombarding us all the time something relatively benign we enjoy should not be any problem I think.meta-agnostic said:Thank you for the great session! Wish I could've been there! Last year I opted to try networking with family & friends back in the middle of the US rather than toughing it out on the East Coast. It seems to be working for me and it seems like you all are doing well out there still, but I still wish we could meet up once in a while!
Regarding soda, it's been years since I regularly drank any kind of sugar soda and I always thought the aspartame stuff was completely disgusting. Recently I've been indulging in this Zevia (dot com) stuff that I've been seeing popping up in grocery stores everywhere. It's stevia-sweetened soda that is really not half bad. I know it's probably not beneficial but it can't be as bad as sugar and/or aspartame and the other artificial sweeteners. Any thoughts on whether this is okay? It comes in an aluminum can :( but they do have a more expensive variety available in glass bottles. Drinking only purified water all the time gets boring!
Added: You might want to avoid the flavors that contain caffeine.