By Reader's Digest Editors
Though it has fewer calories and less sugar than regular soda, diet soda may actually keep you from losing weight. New research suggests that dieters who choose to drink diet soda may actually add weight instead of losing it.
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Processed diet foods and snacks
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This is not news or a surprise to any of us here at HH. What IS a surprise is the source: Reader's Digest, which has historically always sold out to Big Pharma and the food companies and the ones that produce the artificial sweeteners.