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The other day, I was standing in line at the grocery store behind a woman who stacked up three 12-packs of diet soda on the conveyor belt, including Dr. Pepper, Diet Pepsi and one other brand. I bet you money that, if you hid this woman's soda from
Drinking too much soda is bad for you. But just how bad is excessive soda consumption for your body?...Even diet drinks, which utilize artificial sweeteners in place of sugar, could still negatively impact an individual's health.
The obsession for losing weight can be the gateway for some to move into a healthier lifestyle that includes eating better with moderate exercise. But with the focus on simply losing weight for the sake of appearance, there are pitfalls looming
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23097267">Results posted from the longest-running study on the affects of Aspartame reveal stunning negative results of the artificial sweetener, giving new life to the health community's efforts to cut Aspartame
Juice and diet soda aren't the right tools to use in the fight against childhood obesity, Grins chief says. Grins offers a better alternative with fewer than half the calories of a glass of apple juice. February 12, 2013 Grins, a
January 18, 2013 The expert weight loss nutritionists at Diet Doc have created new healthy snacks for weary dieters tired of all the bland, tasteless diet snacks. Including an array of flavored snack bars, protein shakes, and even brownies,
As few as one diet soda daily may increase the risk for leukemia in men and women, and for multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma in men, according to new results from the longest-ever running study on aspartame as a carcinogen in humans.
Scientific studies suggest you should probably lay off the sugar-packed Big Gulp...There is this cultural lore that has people thinking that diet soda is what's really bad for you and that the other stuff (sugar-sweetened soda) isn't as bad, said
That's why places including New York City and the Bay Area city of Richmond are weighing taxes or other measures to limit the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages. But what about their zero-calorie counterparts? "There is this cultural lore that
I am 100 percent focused on losing weight to become healthier so I am trying to make better food choices throughout the day. I've been eating less food per meal and instead of drinking 3 or 4 sodas per day, I've changed over to diet sodas. Recently,