So, one of the hardest cravings for me to control is for pop. I have tried the carbonated water, but its disgusting to me. I sometimes drink 2-3 noncaffeinated pops a day, and I have passed my glucose test without having to take the 3-hour one. I also always make sure its not diet pop or has any aspartme in it before drinking. My fiance hates that I drink that much pop, ans yesterday we actually faught about it. How bad is it to drink 2-3 cans a day?
A 20oz bottle of soda(coke) has I believe 54 mg of caffeine in it. You are allowed to have 200 mg per day. You are drinking the non caffeinated kind so your fine. Tell him your dr. Said is was ok. Also as he's not the one carrying the baby he can shove it lol! It's not like your smoking or doing drugs... it's just soda....
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