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Diet Soft Drinks are Health Hazards

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By: Elena Grace Flores

English: Sodas and soft drinks at a Supermarket
English: Sodas and soft drinks at a Supermarket (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

How many of us switched to drinking diet soft drinks or sodas for health reasons? Little do we know that they are more dangerous than the sweetened ones. Yes, there is real danger and not just unhealthy – they are poisonous treats that can kill drinkers slowly but surely. If this does not scare you, read further:

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Artificial sweeteners in general are composed of edible chemicals that when exposed to other substances or extreme temperature can have massive reactions that can make one uncomfortable. It’s the Aspartame in it that can cause serious ill effects – that is unfortunately present in sugar-free sodas and sugar substitutes like Nutra Sweet and Equal.  If you experience temporary loss of hearing, blurry sight and feeling sick without knowing exactly why? Stop drinking diet soft drinks and you will feel immediate relief.


 

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4 thoughts on “Diet Soft Drinks are Health Hazards

    1. Thank you for the comment. I’ve checked your link for Aspartame. So, it is not the culprit but just the trigger? It still sounds hazardous to me – at least health wise! – Elena

  1. I agree with Daniel on this one. Aspartame has been followed, studied and analyzed over and over, we just can’t find any connection to adverse health effects. If you are one of the very rare people that have Phenylketonuria then you must limit your in take.
    Plenty of stuff out that can cause unintended health effects, but this isn’t it. Better to spend time, money energy on other things.

  2. Thank you for the advise, Lance…This is beneficial to our readers so, for all of you who have Phenylketonuria – described by Wikipedia as an autosomal recessive metabolic genetic disorder characterized by a mutation in the gene for the hepatic enzyme phenylalanine hydroxylase (PAH), rendering it nonfunctional, just limit your intake and you will be okay! – Elena

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