3. Skip the diet sodas as well
Cut out the diet sodas as well. Research has found an association between the consumption of diet sodas and a wider waist circumference.
There is also laboratory evidence that the widespread use of no-calorie sweeteners found in diet beverages may actually make it harder for people to control their food intake and body weight. One study has found that diet soda drinkers have a higher percentage of belly flab compared to those who don’t drink diet soda.
What to do: Don’t fool yourself by thinking diet sodas are helping you lose that belly, science has shown otherwise.
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