Diet Soda: Fewer Calories In The Glass May Mean More On The Plate

See on Scoop.itMyHealthShare Medical Reporter

The latest evidence that artificially sweetened drinks may be making us hungrier? Heavier-set people who choose diet beverages are making up the calorie gap at meals and through snacks — especially sweet ones, researchers report.

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Diet Soda: Fewer Calories In The Glass May Mean More On The Plate | @scoopit http://sco.lt/…http://myhealthshare @wnyc @nprhealth

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