Are Diet Drinks Bad for You? Discover 3 Major Detrimental Effects to your Health!

Are Diet Drinks Bad For You? Learn 3 Major Detrimental Effects to your Health!

Are Diet Drinks Bad for You?

“YES”

Discover 3 Major Detrimental Effects to your Health!

 Sugar Free gives you a false sense of security when it comes to your health as you are being subliminally programmed to believe that they are better for you and your health. Whether this being “Sugar Free”, Diet drinks or Foods they have alarming detrimental effects to your Health.

Sugar-free products are products that do not contain added sugars but contain artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols. These products do not have any health benefits, or any known benefits when it comes to reducing calorie intake or lowering blood sugar levels. It has been discovered that these products cause an array of serious health issues.

High Potential for Overconsumption: The absence of calories in sugar-free products may lead some individuals to believe that they can consume these products in larger quantities without consequences. However, overconsumption can still lead to weight gain or other health issues.

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No Positive Effects

Diet drinks are marketed as being sugar-free, artificially sweetened versions of carbonated beverages with virtually no calories. They are in general marketed toward health-conscious people, diabetics, athletes, and other people who want to lose weight, improve physical fitness, or reduce their sugar intake.

 Sugar-free, Zero, No added Sugar contain an array of artificially sweeteners, additives and preservatives that are a Chemical Nightmare, Warfare for your body. These versions of fizzy beverages with supposed no calories are marketed as being of benefit to you.

Being marketed toward health-conscious people, diabetics, athletes, and other people who want to lose weight, improve physical fitness, or reduce their sugar intake. Studies have found that these beverages have NO POSITIVE BENEFIT to your health at all to the point where they have a DETRIMENTAL EFFECT leading to underlying causes of diseases such as kidney, cancer, stomach and digestive problems and nerve damage.

Taking a Closer Look at the

Damaging Effects of Diet Drinks

  1. Cardiovascular disease and stroke
  2. Alzheimer’s disease. While poor diet is a major driver of Alzheimer’s in general (the primary culprits being sugar/fructose and grains, especially gluten), the key mechanism of harm here appears to be methanol toxicity—a much-ignored problem associated with aspartame in particular.
  3. Cancer research has found that there is increased evidence of cancer due to the toxic effect of these artificial sweeteners.

Damaging effects of Diet Drinks, includes brain and nervous damage, muscle deterioration, loss of movement, cancer, kidney failure, stomach and liver damage.

At first you may be led to believe that diet soft drinks are a healthier alternative to those containing sugar. You are told that it saves you the 140-plus calories that are found in a sugary soft drink. So it well may seem a logical choice. However, you are being fooled, this is a combined chemical cocktail with a double sword that will lead to disaster.

Are you sure you want to take the chance with this chemical cocktail?

You can still satisfy your urge for something sweet, whilst cutting back on your calorie intake and remain healthy. However, when your substitute is filled with artificial sweeteners like aspartame, saccharin, and sucralose at chemical cocktail in itself. But wait there’s more to this chemical cocktail than you are led to believe.

How Toxic Substances are

Detrimental to your Body!

Toxicity with Chemicals, Additives & Preservatives

Confuse your Body’s attempts to maintain a Healthy Equilibrium!

Artificial sweeteners have more intense flavour than real sugar. Therefore, as you drink more of this drink your senses become dull from the natural foods that have healthy fructose such as fruit, according to Brook Albert, RD, author of “The Sugar Detox Book.”

What is even more troubling, is that these sugar replacements have been shown to have the same detrimental effects on the body as does sugar. Artificial sweeteners are known to trigger insulin, sending your body into fat storage mode and therefore leading to weight gain.

Toxic Substances lead to Weight Gain!

Diet soft drinks are supposedly calorie-free, however don’t be fooled it will not necessarily help you to lose weight. Researchers have found that over the course of about a decade, people who have been drinking diet soft drinks, had a 70% greater increase in waist circumference compared with non-drinkers.

Not to mention that people consuming two or more of these soft drinks per day gained a hefty 500% waistline increase.

What Happens is that the artificial sweeteners add confusion the body’s metabolic processes. One of the reasons why artificial sweeteners do not help you lose weight relates to the fact that your body is not fooled by sweet taste without accompanying calories.

When you eat something sweet, your brain releases dopamine, which activates your brain’s reward center. The appetite-regulating hormone leptin is also released, which eventually informs your brain that you are “full” once a certain amount of calories have been ingested.

However, when you consume something that tastes sweet but doesn’t contain any calories, your brain’s pleasure pathway still gets activated by the sweet taste, but there’s nothing to deactivate it, since the calories never arrive.

Artificial sweeteners basically trick your body into thinking that it’s going to receive sugar (calories), but when the sugar doesn’t come, your body continues to signal that it needs more, which results in carb cravings.

A Healthier You, is a Happier You!

6 Easy Steps to a Healthier You!

  1. Eliminate the hidden sugars including any supposedly sugar-free products from your diet. That is highly processed foods whether that be packet or canned meals. Lollies, cakes, biscuits, any soft drinks and bottled fruit juices.
  2. Reduce Sugar Cravings by developing a daily exercise habit of walking for at least 30 minutes, eat whole fresh foods – this includes vegetables, meat, chicken and fish that you cook yourself.
  3. Eat regularly every 2 – 2 1/2 hours – this could be an apple, banana, pear, some rockmelon: A handful of Roasted almonds: A small tub or organic yogurt. Drinking organic plunger black coffee with no sugar or sugar substitutes: 1 – 2 cups per day. Preferably in the morning.
  4. Increase your intake of filtered water – 8 glasses minimum per day. Add a slice or two of lemon for some variety.
  5. Don’t have anything that says it is Diabetic friendly, check out products that are labelled sugar free as more often than not, they still have artificial sweeteners.
  6. Think Positively about YOU: You and Your Health are worth the effort.

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Resources

http://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/diet/artificial-sweeteners-fact-sheet#q2

http://www.diabetes.co.uk/sweeteners/saccharin.html

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