I guess saccharin is a chemical compound used in lieu of sugar which is bad.
They contain phenylaniline (apologies for incorrect spelling) a chemical that a lot of people in society have problems breaking down naturally in the liver. They also contain high amounts of sodium to create the carbonated soda/bubbles which leads to fluid retention and dehydration/thirst which is why those who consume large quantities of the product have a higher risk of developing diabetes because they are not drinking enough water in order to "flush out" their kidneys and therefore the urine in the bladder becomes stagnant leading to infection and they get seriously ill. (Lol why do I feel like Miss South Carolina 2007 when it comes to answering questions sometimes lol)
H ave you been watching ''The Wright Stuff''?
Yes it is a t/v show & they were talking on this subject.
Per a friend who's a dentist, the chemicals in diet sodas rot your teeth away. Not just that, but they don't actually help you lose weight because you end up making up for the lack of calories by eating double. In some ways, it's worse than regular soda. Start substituting diet soda for water (not fruit juice) and you'll see a ton of changes. I had to do that years ago because I was so poor I couldn't buy diet soda. I was bummed because I loved it!! Yet, I ended up losing a ton of weight and feeling better.
As it turned out, the number of migraines I got declined after kicking diet soda.
hey what ever happened to water?
Remember that stuff?
they affect your ability to think clearly and to use language correctly.
"why are diet drinks bad for you?"
observations on children show a clear link between bad behaviour, poor learning outcomes and any type of fizzy drinks.
respect, from robbie
They still cause the sugar cravings, often have sodium, and do not quench thirst. Okay in moderation though.
Are diet drinks......
I heard it has a substance that's quite bad for your teeth ?
Aspartame is slightly addictive and when its broken down, your body realizes there's no real sugar, which tends to create a stronger craving for the real thing
Yes, you need to just do it naturally with a little exercise (walking is best) and a (mostly raw) vegan diet.