The Scariest Reason You Shouldn t Drink Diet Soda

 

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Heavy consumers of diet drinks were about 30 percent more likely to have suffered heart trouble during the course of the study than women who rarely or never had artificially sweetened beverages. Nearly 9 percent of frequent consumers had a serious heart event compared to about 7 percent of women who rarely or never indulged. SATURDAY, March 29, 2014 (HealthDay News) Women who are heavy consumers of diet drinks might be more likely to experience heart attacks, dangerous blood clots and other cardiovascular problems than those who rarely or never consume artificially sweetened beverages, according to a large, new study. 5 Scary Reasons You Should Stop Drinking Diet Sodas 5 Reasons Diet Soda is Bad For You. Glycemic Control, Metabolic Function, and Gut Health.

With zero calories and no sugar, there shouldn’t be any concern Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke. In a recent study published in the American Heart. 11 Reasons You Should Never Drink Diet Soda 9) Diet sodas are marketed as a weight loss gimmick, when in reality, they spike your insulin levels and can actually cause weight gain.

The boost in insulin forces your body to store more fat, which leads to more weight gain. They want to drink soda. But the attitude in the nutrition community isn’t just that you shouldn’t drink soda — regular or diet — it’s that you shouldn’t even want to drink soda. It. Some say that diet soda can actually make you fat, because it makes you crave sugar. “Artificial sweeteners could have the effect of triggering appetite but unlike regular sugars they don’t deliver something that will squelch the appetite.” – Sharon Fowler, obesity researcher at UT Health Science Center at San Diego (via CBS).

Diet sodas are packed full of artificial sweeteners that give the soda a sugary kick, without any of the actual sugar. Because the sweeteners are free of calories, many people believe that drinking. Diabetes is a risk factor for dementia, and diabetics often drink more diet soda on average to limit their sugar intake, which could account for some of the correlation between diet drinks.

Most recently, headlines sounded alarms about a higher chance of dementia and stroke among diet soda drinkers. That may sound worrisome, but experts say you don’t need to clear the diet drinks out. Multiple studies have shown that drinking diet soda could lead to a higher risk of developing heart failure. This was partly due to artificial sweeteners.

A study in Sweden tracked 42,000 men over 12 years and found that men who drank two or more servings of Diet Coke in a day had a 23% higher chance of developing heart failure. 509 of those people died of the condition.

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But there was one shocker: the study discovered that drinking daily diet sodas full of artificial sweeteners was associated with 34 percent increased risk for metabolic syndrome, at least compared to those who didn’t drink it.6

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Dangerously high levels of sugar and high fructose corn syrup in sodas and other soft drinks cause obesity, diabetes, heart disease, tooth decay, gout, and many other health problems, according to a multitude of medical studies.

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Finally, diet sodas often use the worst zero-calorie sweeteners, like aspartame, which is associated with adverse health outcomes, such as headaches and osteoporosis (weak bones).

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Many people choose diet sodas because they are promoted as a diet alternative having no calories, but these “lite” sodas actually cause more weight gain than normal “heavy” sodas because of the chemicals in the artificial sweeteners.

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Most mainstream doctors recommend that their overweight patients consume diet soda, Sweet-NLow, etc. for weight loss, but in actual fact their advice causes the patients to crave calories and binge on unhealthy carbohydrates.

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Another research study conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health found that drinking two sodas a day (78 grams of sugar) increases your risk of heart disease by 35 percent.

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Because aspartame in the liquid form has been shown to help with obesity and does not appear to affect ketosis, during the past twelve years I had been comfortable with weight-loss patients using the liquid form, such as in diet sodas.

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The study concluded that as little as one diet soda per day can increase the risk for leukemia in adult men and women, and toward multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma in men.

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High consumption of soda can lead to frightening conditions such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, obesity, and insulin resistance.

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Aspartame (an ingredient commonly found in diet sodas and other sugar-free foods) has been blamed for a slew of scary maladies, like arthritis, fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and diabetes.[3] When methyl alcohol, a component of aspartame, enters your body, it turns into formaldehyde.

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  • I noticed that the light orangelemonade in the glass releases tiny bubbles from carbondioxide and it sounded like a tiny schoolbell ringing in the glass, perhaps it is a wake up call.

  • Omg my dad swears diet soda is better than regular soda, he drinks it everyday at almost every hour… Then he teases me because i only drink water or tea��

  • Someone i knew died of brain tumors he drank 7 diet cokes a day, was otherwise healthy, and basically the doctors said it was the soda told him it was worse than smoking

  • Humans are evolutionary creatures. We never ate artificial foods until the last 100 plus years or so, but to make the argument that synthetic foods are OK because everything is a chemical is beyond absurd.
    Humans did not evolve to eat synthetic chemicals, period.
    Although I agree that a ingesting an artificial sweetener on occasion is probably not going to hurt you. But academically speaking, it is not smart to declare man made foods completely safe.
    Crisco, margarine, vegetable oils and artificial sweeteners are not food. They are man made chemicals.
    Humans NEVER ate any of these polymers until just over a century ago.
    That’s tens of thousands of generations of people who evolved to eat real food.
    Now with technological advances, we start introducing man-made chemicals into the food supply. How is an organic creature, who did not evolve to eat a man-made chemical going to handle this chemical?
    I know people who are seriously addicted to artificial sweeteners. I know people who drink a gallon a day of diet drinks, and have been doing so for years. Would their constant consumption of man-made chemicals have a negative effect on their health?
    The same thing goes for man-made medications like statins or beta blockers.
    Another argument I have is that people seem to argue their point if they are biased toward something they like.
    Coffee is good for you, even though it effects your nervous system, makes you irritable, hard to relax. Is it possible the research is biased because so many people love to drink coffee?
    Same thing goes for alcohol and artificial sweeteners. Is the research biased because people like these products?
    A good scientist looks at the facts with an unbiased eye.
    I do believe this channel is trying to make diet drinks seem safe probably because he loves to drink them.
    To me, evolution says artificial sweeteners may not be safe, especially if ingested everyday in mass quantities for years…

  • I swear my phone is listening to me. I drank a diet coke by accident yesterday. Them this pops up first on my feed today. It was disgusting.

  • Correct me if I’m wrong doesn’t most non diet sodas contain �� fructose instead of sugar unless it’s one of the throwback soda’s that appear occasionally still as for diet Coke isn’t that what the Chosen One drinks and isn’t he in tippy top condition as far as his health goes MAGA Morons Are Governing America resist

  • Just as a side note, it doesn’t help when artificial sweetners DO give people migraines and make them feel sick (I’m one of those people) and when MSG does cause horrible abdominal pains that can last for days (I’m one of those people, too). That said, not all artificial things are bad, but something that repeatedly affects your own health in a negative way IS. Just as gluten (which isn’t an artifical chemical, but large amounts of people who have no wheat allergy still hate it for some strange reason…) is the easiest meat substitute for my body to digest (and real meat, again, causes nasty intestinal problems for me), perhaps MSG and artificial sweetners work fine for other people. It seems to me that it’s so very hard to predict how one person’s body will react to something that, perhaps, we simply need better availability of “special needs” options, rather than to try to make sweeping generalizations. Nevertheless, the soda wars shall likely continue.

  • Lmao people wanna go on a diet? Just drink enough water, even if you’re not thirsty. Eat few calorie foods like apples, bananas and stuff. And do exercise. It literally works for everyone. If you’re gonna say “IT DOESNT WORK FOR ME”

    WELL KAREN. MAYBE YOURE EATING TOO MUCH DURING A DIET.

  • It’s not the diet soda that causes the weight gain. It’s more of the artificial sweeteners in it, which trigger you to crave sweets and an increase in hunger, or tricks your body to eat more, which in turn causes weight gain. So then, people blame it all on the diet soda. (Plus the media over exaggerates everything). Diet soda might not always be the best option due to chemicals, but there’s no harm from the weigh gain. When I have it in the house, I usually have two decent size glasses a day, and I always feel fine. It’s all about moderation, to be honest.

  • i drink 1 bottle of coke zero a week or sometimes in 2 weeks, most of the time its with hard alcohol. drinks 3-4 liters of water a day. i don’t think that’s a problem, my blood tests and blood pressure are okay. bikes 20km per day on average, 3x a week on the gym, runs twice in a week and a half

  • Later studies have shown that artificial sweeteners do not cause an insulin response so how does this fit in with diet sodas causing insulin stimulation in the pancreas?

  • Well while all of y’all starve and cry yourselves to sleep I’m going to die a happy 40 year old with a thick cut fried bologna sandwich a Diet Coke and a Marlboro red as my last meal I don’t care how much you health nuts put out there saying it can cause cancer news flash brother I know and I don’t care of course then again this video wasn’t meant for basement hermits I don’t think better go back to porn lest I incur a flame war

  • When i had a virus i was sick and we went to the doctor and the doctor said to drink Coca cola because of stomac pain the doctor said that cola is so strong it can eat up anything so it actualy worked

  • A nutritionist and dietitian told me that it would be smarter to just drink a regular soda if I wanted to drink one as diet soda was actually very bad for your health. Due mostly to the chemicals and the artificial sweeteners put into it.

  • I’m a fitness and healthy diet freak, I drink 24 glasses of water a day, and I can’t remember the last time I drank an actual can of regular soda with HFCS. I think the most I’ve drank in 2020 was a few cans of diet soda, but I still try to stay far away from caffeine and sodas.

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  • At 5:02 they they made a computer graphic of Joe Rogan talking to David Sinclair… ������ Google an image of David Sinclair… they’re not trying to hide it all what they think of Joe Rogan lol they got Joe looking like some skinny nerd and David looking like he belongs in a old spice commercial ����

  • Joe Rogan looks looked like a pin head, horrible caricature. I do like your art it’s very well done and focused on what’s important in a creative way