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Coca Cola 24 pack £5.50 in Wilkos
Coca Cola 24 pack £5.50 in Wilkos

Coca Cola 24 pack £5.50 in Wilkos

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Coca Cola 24 pack for 5.50 in Hayes Wilko. Same goes for Diet Coke. Lots on the shelf

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Original Poster

Have a picture for the price of both cokes but no idea how to upload!

Any Coke Zero??

Original Poster

Gollywood

Any Coke Zero??



Sorry only saw these two flavours on the shelf at the time

Haverfordwest had some yesterday but they only had Full Fat Coke.

Available in Carmarthen. Has a sign saying bank holiday deal.

Any in Milton Keynes?

Original Poster

thanks for confirming guys looks like it may be a national deal

Good deal. They've got them for the same price in Farmfoods but also with 2 for £10 so works out £5 for 24

good find op, heat added

Voted hot - stop blog deal.

Also wanted to say sugar doesn't cause diabetes before anyone gets snarky.

diabetes.org.uk/Gui…es/

stevenfeeney

Voted hot - stop blog deal.Also wanted to say sugar doesn't cause … Voted hot - stop blog deal.Also wanted to say sugar doesn't cause diabetes before anyone gets snarky. https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Guide-to-diabetes/Enjoy-food/Eating-with-diabetes/Diabetes-food-myths/Myth-sugar-causes-diabetes/



Overdose of simple carbs causes Diabetes (Type 2), hence why around 90% of people diagnosed are over weight.

jimbo23

Overdose of simple carbs causes Diabetes (Type 2), hence why around 90% … Overdose of simple carbs causes Diabetes (Type 2), hence why around 90% of people diagnosed are over weight.



That's weird because no Diabetes organisation in the world believes that and they list as the biggest myth about Diabetes.

You should write in and tell them.

jimbo23

Overdose of simple carbs causes Diabetes (Type 2), hence why around 90% … Overdose of simple carbs causes Diabetes (Type 2), hence why around 90% of people diagnosed are over weight.



You better tell that to Pakistani women who are 5 times more likely to develop Type 2 Diabetes, Bangladeshi women are 3 times more likely, Afro-Caribbean 3 times more likely.

Most be the prevalence of Coca Cola I guess oO

Here is a thought; next time I want medical scientific advice I will read actual scientific literature from the medical community.

stevenfeeney

That's weird because no Diabetes organisation in the world believes that … That's weird because no Diabetes organisation in the world believes that and they list as the biggest myth about Diabetes.You should write in and tell them.



Right, so how is it caused then? It's known that diet contributes to it. The pancreas has to shoot out enormous amounts of insulin to deal with the increase of massive amount of sugar/glucose within the blood stream. This eventually leads to pancreas burn out and insulin resistance. You know, kind of like when you drink too much alcohol and your liver screws up..

During the second world war, there were tribes located on various islands around the United States, these tribes had never really interacted with the western world and ate off the land. Diabetes was practically zero within the tribes. Then the US relocated them, as it needed the islands for military purposes. They were supplied US aid/food - you know, the kind of food high in simple carbohydrates. 70% of them went onto develop type 2 diabetes, and its the same for many different tribes with similar circumstances.
Edited by: "jimbo23" 29th Aug 2016

That video on the site you posted.. With the Dietitian, go to 1:54, and I quote...

"Its very easy if you eat and drink a lot sugar containing food and drink, you will gain weight and this
can lead to type 2 diabetes."

So.. Huh? It can cause it? Contradiction much?
Edited by: "jimbo23" 29th Aug 2016

jimbo23

That video on the site you posted.. With the Dietitian, go to 1:54, and … That video on the site you posted.. With the Dietitian, go to 1:54, and I quote..."Its very easy if you eat and drink a lot sugar containing food and drink, you will gain weight and this can lead to type 2 diabetes."So.. Huh? It can cause it? Contradiction much?



It can be a factor but it's not a direct cause.

Do you even science, bro?

Please stop posting rubbing.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 29th Aug 2016
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