If you ask 1,000 people why they drink soda and other drinks with artificial sweeteners, I hope most (if not all) ask you because it “looks at their weight” and these ingredients don’t have calories.
It’s true that diet sodas don’t have calories, it’s not proven that they help to lose weight. In fact, everything I’ve reported in this space, and the research done by diet soda that can be done is the opposite: making people gain weight. Read the post about Excitotoxins and stay away from consuming all diet products that have aspartame. Natural Stevia is a better alternative. Ask us about zero calorie sugar, a natural alternative combined …
Recently, epidemiologist Sharon Fowler, from the University of Texas, presented research information to the American Diabetes Association about consuming soda. In his words, “What we observe is that if it continues to be a lot of diet soda that a person drinks, it continues to grow, maybe they increase.” In CBS news, nutritionist Melainie Rogers assessed the same findings in her work with obese people.
There are some theories as to why this is interwoven. Some people think it’s psychological – that diet soda drinkers eat more because they are able to “set aside” extra calories. Others show the fact that sweet-made drinks tend to increase appetite by not being normal. So many believe it can cause aspartame and sucralose to interfere with insulin.
One thing that we recommend definitely contains these ingredients can be at risk for your health. So do you want to lower your weight, I make it possible for me to get a full “diet drink”.
Make healthier alternatives, mix one or 2 ounces of fruit juice (or, better than that, low-sugar fruit juice, which you can get in all healthy food stores) with air soda. Make it a little sweeter, add more natural stevia.
I decided to avoid diet drinks when you plan to make weight and also if you have diabetes.