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This Is What a Soda Commercial Would Look Like If They Were Telling the Truth

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We've covered many times on EcoWatch why drinking soda is unhealthy. Research has shown that even if you’re not overweight, one soda per day increases your risk of type 2 diabetes. That's not to mention its link to tooth decay, obesity, heart disease, stroke and even cancer.

But soda commercials do a really great job of making this "liquid candy" look so enticing. Cracked put together this hilarious video of what soda commercials would look like if marketers were actually honest about the products they're selling. The video already has more than half a million views in just three days.

Watch here:

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