Diet sodas may not help you stay trim after all, new research suggests. A study presented at a recent American Diabetes Association meeting suggests drinking diet soda may be associated with larger waists in humans. “Data suggests that the promotion of diet sodas and artificial sweeteners as healthy alternatives may be ill-advised,” study researcher Helen P. Hazuda, Ph.D., a professor and chief of clinical epidemiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio’s School of Medicine, said in a statement. “They may be free of calories but not of consequences.”
Consider taking responsibility for better fluids in your life, better fluids for your body temple.
Here is a slideshow titled HEALTHY SODA ALTERNATIVES: Low Sugar Drinks for Hot Summer Days from the Huffington Post.