You Could Gain Weight If You Drink Diet Soda, Study Says

Filed under: In The News — @ September 2, 2006

If you drink diet soda, it’s supposed to help you lose weight, right? Not so fast. Exactly the opposite could be occurring in a phenomenon that some experts call a “paradoxical weight gain.”

Indeed, studies from the quarter-century-long, community-based epidemiological study conducted at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, “paradoxically suggest that the more diet sodas a person drinks, the greater the chance that he or she will become overweight or obese,” according to an HSC press release.

If you’re a diet soda drinker, listen up! This is scary stuff. Check out my SUGAR SHOCK! Blog for more of the story.

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