Saturday, January 02, 2016

What happens when you give up diet sodas?

For me nothing.  Don't like them.  But many are addicted to them.  Here's what happens when you give them up--reduces migraines, other things taste better, the scales will respond, and reduces diabetes risk, among other benefits.  Effects of diet soda.


AmeriBev said...

Credible science does not support this litany of claims. Quite to the contrary, the body of science establishes the safety of diet soda, which is precisely why regulatory agencies around the globe approve these beverages. Moreover, research shows diet soft drinks can help promote weight loss when combined with a sensible weight loss regimen. For example, research published in the AmericanJournal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that those who consumed diet beverages in place of caloric ones took in fewer calories than other control groups, including those who consumed only water: In other words, there is no need to quit drinking diet soda. Consumers can have every confidence in enjoying these products, knowing they help cut calories as well.

Norma said...

The only people I know who consistently use diet drinks are all overweight.