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What Everyone Must Know About Coke Zero And Diabetes

If you have diabetes you may be thinking quitting your regular Coke and opting for Coke Zero is going to do you a big favor. After all, it's sugar free and therefore healthier, right? Wrong! Once you read this, you'll understand that the scientific research shows quite the opposite. What is Coke Zero? Coke Zero was launched in 2005 as a sugar free, low calorie alternative to regular coke. One thing that's quite funny is that while Diet Coke has been around since the 1980’s, many men thought the title “diet” sounded a little too feminine and they weren’t interested in buying it. So as a result, Coke Zero was born. It was marketed mostly towards men who wanted to enjoy the taste of a classic Coke with zero guilt. Coke Zero comes in several different flavors, including classic, vanilla, and cherry. You might be thinking that a sugar free soda sounds too good to be true. And you would be right! Unfortunately, Coke Zero and other sugar free sodas are not a soda lover’s dream come true. And you'll soon see why… Nutrition Facts You probably already know that regular soda has a ton of sugar in it, which means you should steer clear of it at all costs – diabetic or not. For ex Continue reading >>

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  1. Diabetic Connect Staff A

    Is Diet Soda OK for Diabetics?

    Susan shares some great information on research around diet soda in her latest article: http://www.diabeticconnect.com/diabetes-artic....
    What are your thoughts? Is diet soda a "do" or a "don't" for you? Any interesting research to share on the topic?

  2. sickpuppy

    Since I was diagnosed Type 2 Diabetic I have noticed my appetite has subsided considerably. In fact I have lost over 50 lbs in the first 7 or 8 months. One soda with the evening meal or substitute with a sugar free lemon aid seems to satisfy the sweet tooth in me.

  3. edyep3

    Thanks for sharing the information about diet drinks.You answered some questions I had concerning this—-will start using a straw too.I'm glad you have this"connection"on Facebook.

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