Phosphoric Acid in Coca Cola?

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Phosphoric acid is an additive used in Coca-Colar to add tartness to the beverage. Phosphorus is the main element in phosphoric acid, which is an element of nature. Also, phosphorus is a major component of your bones.
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Have a look at the wrapper on a Coca-Cola 1.5 liters bottle and in the ingredients label you will find phosphoric acid in it. Coca-Cola contains approximately 55mg phosphorus per
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Coca Cola has a PH between 2 and 2.5. It is one of the most acidic things that we willfully ingest, and thus is hard on your immune system and overall wellbeing.
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Phosphoric acid used to acidify foods and beverages. It provides a tangy taste. A mass produced chemical, is available cheaply and in large quantities. report this answer. Updated
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