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Soda Club - Homemade Soda in Minutes!

Looking for ways to stay healthy this year, without having to completely cut out your fave foods? Find out how you can make fresh, tasty soda right in your own kitchen with the Soda Club soda maker.

Soda Club - How It Works

In order to enjoy homemade soda, you'll need to pick up a Soda Club maker from a retailer near you. When [kwlink]your family[/kwlink] purchases a new machine, it comes with one CO2 cartridge that will make approximately 112 litres (118.3 quarts) of carbonated water. All you do is fill the Soda Club maker's bottle up with cold tap water and the CO2 tank will do the rest. If you want to have flavored soda, you'll have to purchase the syrups separately.

Soda Club - A Spoonful of Sugar

Unlike sodas you buy at the store, Soda Club sodas that you make at home contain way less sugar, sodium and carbs! There are more than 15 flavors to choose from - and each flavor also comes in diet form. The diet syrups are sweetened with Splenda, so they also make for a good alternative for those who suffer from diabetes. Just make sure you check the nutrition labels before you go indulging in these treats.

Soda Club - Get the Party Started

A Soda Club maker will make a great addition to your next party or sleepover. You can make fresh soda for all your guests - and then customize their drink orders by making fancy drinks from the recipes found on www.sodaclub.com!

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  • For more information on how you and your family can start making tasty, homemade sodas, head to www.sodaclub.com.
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AnnaOfExquizurd
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"AnnaOfExquizurd" wrote:Assuming you're around the average height for a ten-year-old, you're probably not fat. My best friend's ten-year-old sister weighs close to that much, and she looks nowhere near fat. But even if you're shorter than most, I wouldn't worry about it until a lot later in your life, because kids tend to "grow into" their weight. BMI isn't always accurate, too, though; my BMI marks me as overweight, but I'm told by lots of people I'm average-looking.If you want to worry about it now anyways, I'd talk to a pediatrician or your parents or some other adult before taking action, and listen to any advice they may have. Made a typo first time around. Fixed it. First sentence said "weight" instead of "height".
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"wowie" wrote: YES IT IS What reasons do you have for thinking it is?
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unicornsrule626
unicornsrule626 posted in Style:
"AnnaOfExquizurd" wrote:Assuming you're around the average weight for a ten-year-old, you're probably not fat. My best friend's ten-year-old sister weighs close to that much, and she looks nowhere near fat. But even if you're shorter than most, I wouldn't worry about it until a lot later in your life, because kids tend to "grow into" their weight. BMI isn't always accurate, too, though; my BMI marks me as overweight, but I'm told by lots of people I'm average-looking.If you want to worry about it now anyways, I'd talk to a pediatrician or your parents or some other adult before taking action, and listen to any advice they may have.
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AnnaOfExquizurd
AnnaOfExquizurd posted in Style:
Assuming you're around the average height for a ten-year-old, you're probably not fat. My best friend's ten-year-old sister weighs close to that much, and she looks nowhere near fat. But even if you're shorter than most, I wouldn't worry about it until a lot later in your life, because kids tend to "grow into" their weight. BMI isn't always accurate, too, though; my BMI marks me as overweight, but I'm told by lots of people I'm average-looking. If you want to worry about it now anyways, I'd talk to a pediatrician or your parents or some other adult before taking action, and listen to any advice they may have.
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