The Lies About Sodas

In several long-range studies published recently in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, it was found that:

  1. Drinking artificially sweetened beverages do not lower the risk for developing type 2 diabetes compared to sugar-sweetened beverages.
  2. People who drink artificially sweetened soda are more likely to experience weight gain than those who drink regular soda.
  3. People who drink diet soda compared to regular soda have twice the risk of developing metabolic syndrome, which contributes to diabetes and cardiovascular disease.