Here’s the Type of Soda I Never, EVER Drink

Here’s the Type of Soda I Never, EVER Drink

This should be illegal… But the food industry gets away with it… And they’re tricking men into thinking these products are “healthier”…  

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Here’s the Type of Soda I Never, Ever Drink

Sometimes I read studies that make me do a double-take on the data.

And this was one of those studies.

That’s because a product that is marketed to us as a HEALTH PRODUCT is probably not as healthy as you think…

It might actually be putting you at serious risk for heart disease, stroke, and even early death.

I don’t think there is much that makes me angrier than stuff that is marketed as “good for you” that causes MASSIVE health problems.

The product? Diet soda.

You know, the stuff that’s found in every restaurant and grocery store almost everywhere.

This data is so startling that I’m asking you to please make sure you read the REST of this article before you drink or eat ANYTHING else with artificial sweeteners.

Artificially Sweetened Beverages and Stroke, Coronary Heart Disease, and All-Cause Mortality in the Women’s Health Initiative

This was a BIG study…

The first thing you need to know is that this was a HUGE study, with over 80,000 participants.

It was a study on women, but fake foods tend to affect men and women pretty equally…

So I would say it’s PRETTY safe to extrapolate the results to men as well.

I’ve never consumed this stuff in great quantities, but now I’ll be avoiding it like the plague.

“Researchers analyzed data on 81,714 postmenopausal women (age 50-79 years at the start) participating in the Women’s Health Initiative study that tracked health outcomes for an average of 11.9 years…between 1993 and 1998.”

“At their three-year evaluation, the women reported how often in the previous three months they had consumed diet drinks such as low-calorie, artificially sweetened…sodas and fruit drinks.”

This study tracked health outcomes for 11.9 years.

I like studies like this because, when you track large groups of people over long periods of time, the results are more reliable.

The risks of drinking diet drinks are substantial and scary…

Now, read this data carefully. Because it’s important…

If a woman in this study (and, as I said, I think this applies equally to men) drank just two or more diet drinks a day, they increased their risk of stroke by 23 to 31%, depending on the type of stroke…

And they increased their risk of heart disease by nearly a third.

In addition to that, the diet soda drinkers had a 1 in 6 HIGHER chance of dying.

“Compared with women who consumed diet drinks less than once a week or not at all, women who consumed two or more artificially sweetened beverages per day were: (1) 23% more likely to have a stroke; (2) 31% more likely to have a clot-caused (ischemic) stroke; (3) 29% more likely to develop heart disease (fatal or non-fatal heart attack); (4) 16% more likely to die from any cause…”

Other than PUFAs (polyunsaturated fatty acids) it’s hard to think of any product that’s marketed as healthy that has this kind of horrific outcome.

The bottom line…

Cutting calories by drinking diet drinks just isn’t worth it.

Even if they help you can cut calories, it’s not worth it.

Big Food is straight-up lying to you.

They’re selling you these diet sodas that probably cause life-debilitating events like stroke and heart problems – and death.

It’s astounding. And it’s really, really gross…

Because they are taking advantage of people.

According to the lead author of the study, Yasmin Mossavar-Rahmani, Ph.D.:

“Many well-meaning people, especially those who are overweight or obese, drink low-calorie sweetened drinks to cut calories in their diet. Our research and other observational studies have shown that artificially sweetened beverages may not be harmless – and high consumption is associated with a higher risk of stroke and heart disease.”

Personally, I drink a lot of coffee – and coffee has huge health benefits.

And I never, ever drink diet soda.

If I do drink soda (and I love Coke) I drink the full-sugar variety.

It’s way better for you.

Don’t risk your health with these terrible products.

They are not worth the crazy risks that come with them.

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