Diet soda's link to diabetes is uncertain, nutritionist says

08/17/2011 | WTVT-TV (Tampa, Fla.)

Recent studies show that diet sodas may increase waist size and that the sweetener aspartame increases blood sugars in mice, but nutritionist Janie Norman of the University of South Florida's Diabetes Center says the low-calorie beverages don't necessarily raise the risk of diabetes in humans. Norman says, however, that the data strengthen her belief that water is the best beverage option.

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