Skinny Nutritional Corp. (SKNY) Has It All Over Diet Soda
A recent article by Mandy Oaklander in Health on Today, entitled “Diet soda is doing these 7 awful things to your body,” came down on the often hidden risks of drinking diet soda in a way that will open a lot of people’s eyes. When improved artificial sweeteners began to come out a few decades ago, it was seen as a boon to soda drinkers everywhere. At last people could enjoy their favorite sweetened beverages without worrying about sugar and weight gain. But this is not how it turned out.
First of all, as the article points out, Americans drink a lot of pop, approximately 2 cans of the stuff each and every day. Children especially are gulping down diet soda at an increasing rate. But a range of serious problems are now beginning to show up that should give pause to anyone ready pick up that can.
The article indicates, for example, how an 11-year Harvard Medical School study of over 3,000 women found that diet cola is linked to a doubling of risk for kidney decline. It was a decline not associated with sugar-sweetened sodas. The article also pointed to a University of Minnesota study of nearly 10,000 adults suggesting that even one diet soda a day may be associated with a significantly increased risk of metabolic syndrome, including belly fat and high cholesterol, although other factors may have also been involved. In addition, a University of Texas study found that, the more diet sodas a person drinks, the greater the likelihood that they will go on to become overweight. It is suspected that artificial sweeteners disrupt the body’s natural ability to regulate calorie intake, encouraging users to overeat.
When added to a number of other negative aspects of diet soda, including associated chemicals that may cause cell damage, plus rotting teeth, and even reproductive issues, the risks of diet soda become far greater than any perceived benefits.
The spread of this news over the web can’t help but support Skinny Nutritional, producers of Skinny Water, a naturally sweetened water beverage with zero calories and zero carbs, and could explain the rapid expansion of the product’s sales across the country.
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