Diet Drinks Don't Up Calorie Intake, Help Control Cravings
New research indicates that people who drink diet soda do not overcompensate by eating more calories, and in addition, such beverages may in fact help to control cravings. The findings come from two studies presented here at the European Congress on Obesity (ECO) 2017 during a symposium sponsored by the International Sweeteners Association. There has been some concern that using low-calorie sweetened drinks increases food intake by disrupting the responses to sweet taste and the "conditioned" satiety response, said Marc Fantino, MD, of CreaBio Rhone-Alpes research center, Lyon-Givors Hospital Center, France.
@hemant Diet soft drinks do not lead to a healthier diet, but they can help you to minimize or avoid consumption of unhealthier products. That's a huge win