10 Worst Sodas To Stay Away From Right Now

Warhead Sour Sodas let Warhead candy fans sip their favorite sour tastes. 35 grams of sugar in a 12-ounce can is a lot, particularly since the American Heart Association suggests men limit added sugar to 36 grams per day and women to 25 grams.

Warheads Sour Soda

At 38 grams per small can, Dr. Pepper's Cherry Vanilla Coke has a lot of sugar. Though tasty, drinking more than your daily sugar intake in one drink seems unsafe given that you'll certainly eat extra added sugar calories throughout the day.

Dr. Pepper Cherry Vanilla

This can of Starry soda is likely to please lemon-lime soda drinkers. However, 39 grams of added sugar takes you above your daily limit, which you may not like.

Starry Lemon Lime

Strawberry & cream soda sounds delightful, but 39 grams of added sugar per can is too much. Try this strawberry vanilla soda instead.

Dr. Pepper Strawberries & Cream

Fanta introduced this vacation-flavored beverage in 2020. Sugar is abundant, with one 20-ounce bottle containing as much as 20 Oreo Thin cookies.

Fanta Piña Colada

Nitro Pepsi, injected with nitrogen, may appeal to those who like the smooth, rich texture of nitro cold brews or tap beers. Unfortunately, a 13.64-ounce can has 63 grams of sugar.

Nitro Pepsi

One bottle of Sprite, a lemon-lime beverage, has more sugar than 10 Oreos. Imagine getting that much sugar from one drink, without including everything else you eat or drink that day.


One research revealed that eating an apple before a meal might help you lose weight. Of course, drinking Fanta's Green Apple soda before supper won't have the same effect.

Fanta Green Apple

Pibb Xtra is "an extra bold, extra good" soda with "spicy cherry taste." That may peak your attention, but 64 grams of sugar should put you off.

Pibb Xtra

Coca-Cola had the brilliant idea to mix cherry and vanilla tastes into one cola. Though imaginative, this drink has 65 grams of sugar each bottle. You're looking at additional sugar.

Coca-Cola Cherry Vanilla