Diet Coke, the thirst quenching and known non fat contained found harmful to human body.
All time favorite Diet Coke found harmful to human body, thus, giving side effects. Sweetened with an artificial sweetener called aspartame which is suggested to have health concerns and is on of the most intensively scrutinized food additives.
Recent study shows that half of the sugar of regular cola exceeds daily sugar allowance of some popular low-carbohydrate diets caused to gain more weight. Concerns on health effects of soda containing sugar substitutes and caffeine overuse arose, effectiveness of its weight loss is an issue.
The Renegade Pharmacist Niraj Naik stated, “From my experience as a community pharmacist helping people to get off medications for metabolic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity, I found if people drink diet sodas they still get the same problems as people who drink normal soda, ”
Pharmacist also stressed that the low-calorie fizzy drink rots teeth and it helps the body store fat and even mimics the effects of cocaine and that drinks contain aspartame are more harmful to the body than ones which contain just sugar.”It will never quench your thirst as it dehydrates rather than hydrates. A lack of vital water can lead to brain fog, poor concentration, fatigue and feeling irritable.” Naik added.
Diet Coke are found to have worse effect on human body even it is marketed as a healthy alternative to full-fat, sugar-packed drink. Drinking the said soda will not necessarily change person’s overall food energy intake or cause a person to lose weight.
Study at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, by Sharon Fowler, consumption of diet drinks correlated with weight gain, she suggest that the undelivered expected calories from diet drinks may stimulate the appetite, the correlation does not prove that consumption of diet drinks caused the weight gain.
Some researchers claimed diet drinkers were less likely to consume healthy foods, and drinking diet beverages with artificial sweeteners more likely increases cravings for sugar-flavored sweets. After drinking, an attacked to drinkers teeth that triggers insulin sends body which switch into storage mode. IMAGE/entertainment.ie