By committing to go fizz free for the month of February, it will make it easier to cut down on fizzy drinks for the rest of the year.
You can save £438 a year if you stop drinking one bottle of soft drink per day? (GULP)
Drinking just one 330ml can of fizzy drink per day could add up to over a stone weight gain in a year? (GULP)
79% of fizzy drinks contain six or more teaspoons of sugar per can (330ml) (Action on Sugar)
Tooth decay is the leading cause of hospitalisation among kids aged between five and nine in the UK. (Action on Sugar)
Sign up below to go fizz free this February!
Make water an exciting alternative by adding a pop of colour. Add fruits like frozen berries,
kiwi and apple to make the water taste and look more interesting.
Swap sugary drinks like fizzy drinks, energy drinks and juice for lower-fat
milk, water, sugar-free or no added-sugar drinks.
Download a water tracker app and mark off the glasses of water you drink per day!
Buy a plain bottle and decorate it using permanent markers – the more fun the bottle,
the more likely you are to use it!
Energy drinks aren’t suitable for those under 16 as they can contain a lot of sugar and caffeine.
Having energy drinks may be linked to difficulty sleeping, headaches and anxiety.