Summary of El sucio secreto que Coca Cola no quiere que sepas | TheMXFam

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The video claims that Coca Cola is responsible for the death of 33,000 Mexicans each year, and that the company spends millions of dollars on deceptive advertising to hide this fact. In addition to water, Coca Cola is also accused of contributing to high rates of diabetes and obesity in Mexico.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Coca Cola is accused of being the deadliest company in Mexico, killing more than 33,000 people each year. They spend millions of dollars on deceptive advertising to hide the millions of deaths caused by their products. In addition to water, Coca Cola is also responsible for contributing to high rates of diabetes and obesity in Mexico. This video provides a breakdown of how much sugar the average Mexican consumes in a day, and how this contributes to obesity, diabetes, and other health problems. This is just a small portion of the 151,000 Mexican deaths related to sugar consumption in 2020 according to the national statistics report. Coca Cola is not the only company contributing to this problem; other industries, like sugar cane production, are also profiting from the privatization of water supplies. This video is important for Mexicans to see because it shows the severity of the sugar consumption problem in Mexico and the global impact it is having.
  • 00:05:00 In Mexico, Coca Cola is more expensive than milk and even more expensive than water. This is due to the fact that there are families in Mexico with diabetes and a grim reality that new generations will also have the same fate. This example is not just an exaggeration of graphic design - the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends consumers consume no more than five teaspoons of sugar per day in a 600 ml bottle of Coca Cola. A bottle of this size contains 12.5 teaspoons of sugar, which is equivalent to what one person consumes on average in this area. Coca-Cola has been designed to have a captive market based on addiction until 1902. Coca-Cola contained 8.45 mg of cocaine per glass until 1914, when criticism forced Coca-Cola to remove cocaine from its drinks. As a result, the drink was renamed Coca-Cola but when they removed cocaine from its drinks, they replaced it with a quantity that also generates addiction in people. Excessive sugar is harmful, and in children, the situation is much worse. Every bottle of Coca-Cola ingested is increasing in 420% the recommended sugar content. Coca-Cola knows this, but plays with ignorance in Mexico by pretending this is medicine if people experience low blood pressure, feel dizzy, or
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses Coca Cola's reluctance to allow the public to know about the dirty secret of their product - that it is often sourced from water contaminated with sewage and industrial waste. TheMXFam explains that this water is unsuitable for human consumption, and that it is often difficult to access clean water even in areas close to stores. In addition, the water from Mexico is not necessarily the healthiest, as it often comes with sediment or a murky color. It has been reported that millions of indigenous communities in Mexico are living in conditions of water scarcity, and one of the videos' main topics is the water Coca Cola and other large companies obtain from deep wells in Mexico. The government has privatized or granted concessions to water resources over the years, while the water distributed to the public comes from shallow surface water sources that are regularly contaminated with E. coli or cholera. When it rains, water from the faucet is contaminated and, in addition, diabetes is becoming more common in Mexico. For those who can't afford to buy water, Coca Cola has left us with only two options - get diabetes or cholera - or we are all getting sick from Coca Cola's water consumption. Coca Cola has been accused of consuming water
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses how Mexican citizens claim that Coca Cola is putting the country's water supply at risk, but it is the same citizens who say they are the ones who are really at risk. Coca Cola has been granted permits to extract water from the country at a low cost, and it makes 128 dollars a year in profits from this water theft. Citizens have protested in San Felipe and San Cristóbal, but their complaints have gone unheeded.

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