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Diet Sodas And Weight Gain

Although there are many potential health effects of diet sodas and artificial sweeteners, weight gain is not one of them. Your body can’t store fat out of nothing.

For some people, consuming certain beverages may trigger a craving for another food. If you know when you drink diet soda, you are going to crave some other food, avoid it.   

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Tips to overcome side effects

  • Quit cold turkey. This includes prepackaged foods, sweetened beverages and white flour.
  • Eat more protein. Protein will help you avoid hunger.

  • Increase your dietary fiber to help you control your blood sugar.

  • Drink more water.

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