What diet sodas have Splenda?
Not a lot of diet sodas use Splenda. If I am correct, I would say none do other than diet coke with splenda and pepsi one. Diet soda usually uses something called aspartame and can cause headaches and brain cancer over a very long period of use.
Also, If you're looking to lose weight by drinking diet soda, I wouldn't unless you're limiting what you eat, other wise the lack of real sugar will cause you to eat different fatty foods.
The word diet means a particular selection in terms of qualities to regulate the composition and effect to ones health. In terms of soda, it would only suggest that the alternative to a regular soda has cut portions or a substituted ingredients. Diet sodas are not actually diet as consumers may presume. You can gain weight on diet sodas just as you can with regular sodas. A person who wants to be on a diet…
Sodas do not contain any fat to begin with. The difference between regular sodas and diet sodas is the sweeteners used, because the artificial sweeteners used in diet sodas lower the calorie count of the drink. However, many of those artificial sweeteners have adverse effects, and are often thought to be carcinogens (cancer-causing agents)
A lot of people claim that drinking diet sodas give you the craving for real sodas but this is not true in my opinion. I've dieted in the past and really, really crave for a coke and want to give in then just go for the diet one because it isn't loaded with sugars. The only downside of these diet sodas are the very high amounts chemicals in it. But if you're on a diet…
I believe that diet sodas are higher carbonated than regular sodas. The reason for this is that the artificial sweeteners in diet drinks have somewhat of a bitter aftertaste and they are "masked" by having the drink be more carbonated. This also goes for high caffeinated sodas, like Pepsi Max is both diet and highly caffeinated, so I find it to be very fizzy!
Pepsi One products and CocaCola make diet sodas that use splenda. However, these are still artificial sweetners. The only thing you can really do to get that carbonated buzz without the calories or sweetners is learn to drink calorie free seltzer water. It's not bad with a hint of lemon, lime or splash of juice (only adds a handful of calories).
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