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Diet drinks may be just as bad for your health as full-sugar versions – New Zealand Herald

If you have been opting for diet drinks, you may want to reconsider.

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Artificially sweetened drinks – such as diet sodas, juice, or coffees – are linked to the same risks for heart health as their sugary version, according to a new study. Photo / SuppliedIf you have been opting for diet drinks as a healthier alternative to sugary drinks, you may want to reconsider.
A 10-year study based on more than 104,000 people has revealed artificially sweetened beverages such as diet soft drinks, juice or coffees could be just as bad for your heart as the full-sugar version.

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