Research has suggested that diet-drink consumption may be tied to diabetes and heart disease risks, but a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that overall diet may be the key factor. Researchers said people who ate a healthy diet and did not consume diet drinks had the lowest risk of developing metabolic syndrome, but those who had a healthy diet and drank diet soda had only a slightly higher risk.
Study: Overall eating patterns factor into diet-soda risks
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