Can Diabetics Drink Coke Zero

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Diet Pepsi: According to my past review of sodas, I have not yet covered the important topic of Diet Pepsi. What a shocking oversight! Anyway, I am taking a sip of it right now. …Hmm. It tastes pretty much like Diet Coke. So, in other words, like sugar-water mixed with crushed-up aspirin, except it’s slightly sweeter than Diet Coke. I feel like I’m running out of clever words with which to describe diet sodas, and that’s a concern. In other news, I currently work part-time at a wine store, and all I ever do is lie. Which is what I feel like I should do with Diet Pepsi. People at my store ask me about wine, and I don’t even like wine that much. So I lie. And the thing that I’ve learned about lying about how something tastes is that you need to be imaginative. Someone asks me about, say, a red wine, and I’m like: “Oh, it has a strong bouquet of shale. With an undercurrent of oak.” This is a perfect lie, because it’s meaningless. Wine can’t taste like a rock with an undercurrent of a tree. But the lie sounds fantastic and profound. …Anyway, to bring us back to base — Diet Pepsi has a strong undercurrent of Diet Coke. Except with a less good advertising revenu Continue reading >>

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  1. BaliRob

    Apart from artificial sweeteners - has anyone researched this product and perhaps other 'Zero' drinks please?

  2. catherinecherub

    Zero coke.
    Ingredients: Carbonated Water, Colour (Caramel E150d), Phosphoric Acid, Sweeteners (Aspartame, Acesulfame K), Natural Flavourings Including Caffeine, Acidity Regulator (Sodium Citrate). Contains a Source of Phenylalanine

  3. noblehead

    I'm sure they are fine when consumed in moderation, I did use to drink these sort of carbonated drinks but now find they make me bloated.

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