Swap diet soda for water and you may just speed up weight loss. Women who drank a glass water after lunch lost 14% more weight in six months and ate about 100 fewer calories per day than those who drank diet soda, according to a new study that had these women on the same diet and exercise plan.
It’s possible that diet soda raises your cravings for sweets and carbs,
according to David Katz, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center. Your hydration choice should be clear–clear, cool water, anyway!
Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
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