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He Drank One Glass of Mountain Dew and These 8 Terrifying Things Happened To His Body 4.55k Shares

This article was originally published by David Wolfe.

War, disease, hunger, poverty, while these things have plagued the world for hundreds of years, one thing is apparent, no one enjoys them.
They are not addicting like the green sugary liquid that millions consume every single day. That’s right, I’m talking about Mountain Dew.
The original formula was invented in 1940 by Tennessee beverage bottlers Barney and Ally Hartman. Bill Bridgforth revised that method in 1958 and sold the rights to the Tip Corporation of Marion, Virginia.
William H. “Bill” Jones of the Tip Corporation further developed the formula, creating the version of Mountain Dew that we all know and love. Pepsi-Cola company purchased the rights to the “Green Monster” and began mass producing it in 1964.
The original formula was invented in 1940 by Tennessee beverage bottlers Barney and Ally Hartman. Bill Bridgforth revised that method in 1958 and sold the rights to the Tip Corporation of Marion, Virginia.
William H. “Bill” Jones of the Tip Corporation further developed the formula, creating the version of Mountain Dew that we all know and love. Pepsi-Cola company purchased the rights to the “Green Monster” and began mass producing it in 1964.
Mountain Dew is killing people all around the world, but many of us are too blind to see.
Don’t believe it? Let’s look at the stats.
Acidic Beyond Belief
We learn from a very young age to never lick a battery because it has acid in it. Well, here’s a fun fact for you. Battery acid (pH=1), Coke/Pepsi (pH = 2.5), Mountain Dew (pH =3). Is your mind blown yet?
Note: These numbers come straight from the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health. The lower the number, the more acidic the substance.
Testosterone Changes
There’s always been a rumor that Mountain Dew makes young men’s genital regions smaller. While that’s not necessarily true, the bottle it comes in does affect hormones.
To see the remaining side effects that Mountain Dew has on the human body, please visit the original post here. This excerpt was published with permission from David Wolfe.
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