Study links diet soda to weight gain
|Study links diet soda to weight gain||Darrell Miller||12/12/16|
December 12, 2016 08:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Study links diet soda to weight gain
The National Institute on Aging has found that diet sodas do not aid in weight loss. It isn't known why this happens however the institute offers the idea that diet soda worsens glucose intolerance. This allows the body to take in more sugar and can cause a person to gain more weight. The institute wants to emphasize what the no calorie drink does to the body rather than just have people focus on the calorie count.
- Forget diet soda. If you’re going to drink a soda, then you should drink a regular one.
- contrary to what many people think, diet sodas are not conducive to weight loss. In fact, they make it more likely for a person to gain weight than if they were to drink ordinary soda.
- chronic low-calorie sweeteners consumption was associated with increasing obesity, most noticeably abdominal obesity.
"It’s best just to stay away from soda altogether, but if you must indulge, stick with the ‘real’ stuff."