Study: Diet drinks amp alcohol potency

02/6/2013 | National Public Radio

Researchers say alcohol mixed with a diet drink is more potent than alcohol mixed with a sugar-sweetened drink because the sugar absorbs some of the alcohol. "Alcohol, consumed with a diet mixer, results in higher (BrAC) Breath Alcohol Concentrations as compared to the same amount of alcohol consumed with a sugar-sweetened mixer," explained lead author Cecile Marczinski.

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