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Is diet sprite with zero calories, zero carbs, and zero sugar bad for you?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Agree w Dr. Annis

She provide a lot of excellent information about how artificial sweeteners can impact blood sugar and weight.
An additional impact of carbonic acid is that it can contribute to tooth decay.

In brief: Agree w Dr. Annis

She provide a lot of excellent information about how artificial sweeteners can impact blood sugar and weight.
An additional impact of carbonic acid is that it can contribute to tooth decay.
Thank
Dr. Cory Annis
Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Diet soda

There's mounting evidence that diet drinks mess with the body's ability to tell real sweet from fake sweet, so Insulin rises, blood sugar drops, then appetite increases.
Then all the coloring is not natural. Then the phosphorous that makes the carbonation leaches calcium from your bones & it's acidic in the stomach water & breast milk are the only 2 things we were originally designed to drink.

In brief: Diet soda

There's mounting evidence that diet drinks mess with the body's ability to tell real sweet from fake sweet, so Insulin rises, blood sugar drops, then appetite increases.
Then all the coloring is not natural. Then the phosphorous that makes the carbonation leaches calcium from your bones & it's acidic in the stomach water & breast milk are the only 2 things we were originally designed to drink.
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