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Diet Coke

Diet Coke (called Coca-Cola Light in some countries) is a sugar-free soft drink produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. It contains artificial sweeteners. Unveiled on July 8, 1982[1] and introduced in the United States on August 9,[2] it was the first new brand since 1886 to use the Coca-Cola trademark. The product quickly overtook the company's existing diet cola, Tab, in sales. History[edit] When Tab was released in 1963, the Coca-Cola Company refused to release a diet soda with the Coca-Cola name, fearing that its flagship brand might suffer. Its rival Pepsi had no such qualms, and after the long-term success of its sugar-free Diet Pepsi (launched in 1964) became clear, Coca-Cola decided to launch a competing sugar-free brand under the Coca-Cola name, which could be marketed more easily than Tab. Diet Coke does not use a modified form of the Coca-Cola recipe, but instead an entirely different formula. The controversial New Coke, introduced in 1985, used a version of the Diet Coke recipe that contained high fructose corn syrup and had a slightly different balance of ingredients. In 2004, Coca-Cola introduced Coca-Cola C2, which it claims tastes much closer to Coca-Cola Continue reading >>

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  1. primesrfr

    I have only been doing this since January but recently I have been wondering what will happen when and if I decide to go back to a normal diet. I know weight gain and loss differs from person to person and also varies on your diet. So curious to see what peoples experiences were. Did you experience weight gain after stopping the keto diet and if so, how much weight? What did your new diet consist of?

  2. PureLife

    How much do you limit your carbs to currently?

  3. darthluiggi

    You will surely gain ~5 lbs of water weight (really depends on the person).
    If you continue to eat the same amount of calories as you had eaten while on keto, you will likely stay on your same weight.
    Keep in mind that eating keto style reduces hunger and cravings, thus it is easier to not overeat.
    Nevertheless, whatever you eat, try to eat healthy, unprocessed food and stay whitin your calorie range.
    Also, you might want to try /r/paleo

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