After recently hearing a health professional refer to soda as “the cigarettes of our generation,” Brooklyn-based photographer and food artist Henry Hargreaves (previously), decided to do an experiment to try and visualize the amount of sugar hiding in Coke, Vitamin Water and other soft drinks after the water is boiled away. Once boiled, Hargreaves took each remaining sugary substance and poured it into molds to create large lollipops. He told Mashable, “I knew they (sugary drinks) were kind of rubbish and I’d get a kick if someone was able to react in a way that might change their habits by seeing these.”
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via [ Mashable]