5. Avoiding the “diet soda” trap is a proven way to help cut calorie intake
One study has found that people consuming diet sodas or other “zero calorie” labeled beverages compensate by eating more calorie filled food. The researchers speculate that diet beverage consumers eat more calorie filled foods to feel satisfied.
Consuming diet sodas has also been linked to a wider waist circumference.
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