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... sodas per day. I currently drink Diet Coke and am wondering if I am better off drinking regular Coke. The reason I ask is that some people have told me that Diet soda is bad for you because of the chemicals used to simulate sugar. ... (16 replies)
... ur discussion regarding kefir. I'm still drinking it daily. I still need to order some organic coconut water. Kefir and coconut water are much beter for you than coke or diet coke. ... (16 replies)
... Its weird. I don't really think about the chemicals in diet coke when I drink it. I try to cut down just because my dentist has told me the acidity is way bad for my teeth, and I want to have nice teeth when I am older. ... (16 replies)

... I agree with lenin. You are saving calories. Even if diet soda is worse for you than regular (which I SERIOUSLY doubt it is, look on the side of the can, there are chemicals in regular too), drinking 1 or 2 cans a day is not enough to do any real damage I wouldn't think. (16 replies)
... Bev, I like your diet. I'll have to check out those raw living food I could use more living food in my diet. I am with you on those organic, grass fed eggs - I typically eat 2 every other day. And wild salmon, wild is the only way to go! I tend to eat a lot of organic chicken. I make these really good wraps which I eat quite frequently. I use sprouted whole grain... (16 replies)
... Neofree, you are FAR better off drinking 2 Diet Cokes than 2 Regular ones unless you are trying to fatten up. ... (16 replies)
... Wow..your diet sounds great!! It gives me even more good ideas. ... (16 replies)
... Let's look at all the fun things that have been reported to the FDA because of the intake of Aspartame(found in Diet Coke) The 92 health effects reported to the FDA are: abdominal pain, anxiety attacks, arthritis, asthma, asthmatic reactions, bloating/edema, blood sugar control problems (hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia), brain cancer (Pre-approval studies in animals), breathing... (16 replies)
... etc. I'm really particular on what I eat and I'd never dream of drinking anything artificial like diet sodas and crystal light or any of that. What's your diet like? ... (16 replies)
... I drink my kefir once a day but with dinner enjoy a can of Diet soda and my mornings are filled with aspartamed or cyclamated coffee. ... (16 replies)
... You really shouldn't drink either type of Coke. Sugar is the root cause (over time) of most health problems and artificial sweetners are just as bad. ASPARTAME is, by far, the most dangerous substance on the market that is added to foods. Aspartame accounts for over 75 percent of the adverse reactions to food additives reported to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).... (16 replies)
... Why don't you try drinking other pops, like maybe diet iced tea, flavoured water, water itself (or water mixed with some crystal light or something), etc. They have less acidity and are no worse then your current beverages of choice.. (16 replies)
... Diet sodas are filled with chemicals that have been shown to degrade the myelin sheath around nerves and in your brain. Aspartame also leaches vitamins from your body. So over time, you can be doing some serious damage to your body. Sugar is a carcinogen and over time can cause cancer. It really is best to not drink any soda at all, but if you must have it I would say... (16 replies)
... Amen to that, Bluedog! Thanks for sharing. (16 replies)
... The problem with that list of side effect is not that they were caused by the soda, they occured while the subject drank the soda. For example if someone is in an auto accident and has bruising and they were is a drug trial, bruising would be listed as a side effect, because they don't go through and try to explain all the symptoms. I can get a rash from drinking soda... (16 replies)
... Ivanko, Where exactly does the FDA list these 92 ailments what were reported to it. I've scoured the FDA site and see no mention about it. If I write to the FDA and tell them that I think aspartame use for 2 decades made me need reading glasses upon reaching age 60 would that change the number to 93? (16 replies)
... MX... I'm with you on that one! (16 replies)

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