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Is diet soda worse for you than regular soda?
Diet Soda Could Actually Be Worse For You Than The Regular Stuff. Flickr / niallkennedy Diet sodas may be calorie-free, but they could be worse for your health and your waistline than ones with sugar, a new report suggests.
Is diet soda worse than regular soda for diabetics?
A: Diet sodas increases the risk of diabetes by negatively affecting gut bacteria, insulin secretion, and sensitivity. They also cause blood sugar levels to spike when a person eats carbohydrates, increasing waist circumference and body fat. This can make insulin sensitivity and blood sugar management worse.
Why diet soda is good for you?
Summary Diet soda may improve fatty liver and does not appear to increase heartburn or the risk of cancer. However, it may reduce blood sugar control and increase the risks of depression, osteoporosis and tooth decay.
Does Diet Coke have more sugar than regular Coke?
It is low in calories and up to 200 times sweeter than sugar. … It has also been linked to an increased risk of diabetes – that's without the excess sugar in normal coke. Experts warned that just a couple of glasses of sugary or diet pop – such as Diet Coke – a day more than doubles their risk of the disease.