Study: Diet Soda Doesn’t Aid Weight Loss

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Study: Diet Soda Doesn’t Aid Weight Loss

A recent study by Purdue University has found that, contrary to popular thinking, drinking diet soda doesn’t aid in weight loss, and that its consumption can actually increase the likelihood of obesity and development of precursors to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and other ailments. What do you think?

  • “So what am I supposed to do now? I have to drink some kind of soda.”

    Alicia Wilde
    Oyster Washer
  • “Yeah, but look at all those flabby people guzzling from diet soda cans and tell me they’re not happy.”

    Gary Solowitz
    Systems Analyst
  • “Ha, my girlfriend’s going to be so pissed! As Coca-Cola’s vice president, she’s always getting mad about this kind of stuff.”

    Daniel Moyer
    Metalwork Expert