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Diet drinks not 'diet' after all
 

Diet drinks not 'diet' after all

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A new review of existing research finds 'no solid evidence' that diet drinks are any better for weight management than full-sugar drinks.
 
www.medicalnewstoday.com
 
10 Jan 2017 - General
 
Etymologically word diet has several meanings like :
diet (n.1) Look up diet at Dictionary.com
"regular food," early 13c., from Old French diete (13c.) "diet, pittance, fare," from Medieval Latin dieta "parliamentary ...
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very interesting discussion here, thank you Shunjie Chua , Madhubabu kaaja and ...
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Shunjie Chua I have gone through given link, in results section it is said that only 6% people found diabetic so that figure I am least bothered but the chances are twofold increased whic...
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People often get fooled by slogans big companies use to market their products. They use terms like "natural, no added sugar, healthy, diet etc to make their products sound like they are 100% health and are not associated with any risks. It is ou...
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Madhubabu kaaja As for now, as far as i know, there are only studies which show a correlation between the diet drinks and diabetics. Hence, only a risk of developing has been shown. The mech...
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As said by Shunjie Chua , diet cokes doesn't contains processed sugars I too dont think so. The composition that is not being disclosed on label but literature saying that these food...
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This is a copy of the original commentary( http://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1002195)Tahira Nawaz I don't think diet drinks contains processed sugar(...
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We are listening from our childhood that soft drinks are negatively impacting our health especially when we come toward obesity and weight gain. Diet drinks are considered safe in this case but multiple latest researches have shown that diet drinks a...
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