Report By: Nina Rai
April 18, 2011: Promotional ads list out the numerous benefits of a Diet Coke, which many of us may or may not believe. However, now even research has discovered its additional benefit. A recent study has shown that diet fizzy drinks and other artificially flavored sweet beverages do not cause diabetes, as was earlier widely believed.
While it's true that having regular soda and drinks with sugar additives is more likely to up a person's risk of diabetes and obesity. However, the same is not true in case of artificially-sweetened soft drinks, coffee or tea, report Harvard University researchers in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In-fact substituting sugary drinks with diet versions is a healthier option, informs the report.
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