"What ties diet and regular soft drinks together? That’s right, brutally high acid levels."
It's common knowledge that people who consume sugary soft drinks tend to put on the pounds.But for all you virtuous individuals who stick to 'diet sodas', surprisingly, it turns out that there's no such thing as a free lunch when it comes to soft drinks, even diet ones. Drinking more than one soda a day -- regular or diet --appears to increase the risk factors for heart disease.
Harvard Medical School researcher Ravi Dhingra, MD, and study colleagues looked at nearly 6,000