Study: Diet drinks don’t increase appetite

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Medical Weight LossDiet drinks do not increase people’s appetite, or cause them to eat a lot of sugary or high fat foods — at least no more than water does.

These are the findings of a new study which dispute prior research indicating drinks containing artificial sweeteners can disrupt hormones and lead to more food consumption.

Read more about it in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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