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How do i figure out how much sugar there is in a 2 liter bottle of coke?

Says here 2 liter 67.6 FL OZ. 8 servings per bottle| 100 calories per serving.
total fat zero, sodium 30mg, total carb 27Grams, Sugars 27Grams.. if a 190lb 5'6 man drank the whole thing plus another pepsi.. 2-3 bottles a day? how much sugar is that? my husband is a soda addict. He weighs that much above.. He said to me last nite he isnt fat. Yeah he is and he tells me my stomach is bigger then his wow? how rude and mean.. im 5'0 129lbs 2 c-sections 1 natural birth and tries to compare me to other woman.. i can work out forever my stomach will never be flat ever ever.. he got mad cuz i said he had a big stomach.. he knows he does and thinks its Soooo funny he drinks soda.. It isnt healthy to drink soda all day and night. he only drinks water if we are very broke but as soon as he gets 5 bucks he goes and buys 3 liter bottles.

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Asked by Anonymous at 2:13 PM on Sep. 29, 2010 in Just for Fun

Answers (4)
  • 1 Liter (34 oz) Bottle
    Sugars, total: 108g
    Calories, total: 400
    Calories from sugar: 400

    * You'll notice that if you do the math on
    many of these, the total caloric value
    is lower than the calories that should be
    in the sugar alone, if sugar has 4 calories
    per gram. We don't know if they used
    "low calorie" sugar; we just used the data
    on the nutrition label, and assumed that
    sugar accounted for 100% of the calories.
    This was common for beverages but not
    other products.

    Answer by agriffinmom4 at 2:15 PM on Sep. 29, 2010

  • 216 grams per bottle

    Answer by GrnEyedGrandma at 2:15 PM on Sep. 29, 2010

  • 216 grams of sugar in a 2 liter.

    Answer by tanya_marieh at 2:15 PM on Sep. 29, 2010

  • you would take the amount of sugar and multiply it by the serving size

    Answer by tanya_marieh at 2:16 PM on Sep. 29, 2010

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