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57 thoughts on “Does Diet Soda Increase Stroke Risk as Much as Regular Soda?

  1. I recently bought a Yacon root, which if I understand correctly might basically result in the same effect since it should taste sweet without containing calories, good thing I didn't try eating it yet. Happy holidays doc!

  2. I can't stand the taste of artificial sweeteners and now my dentist has told me to quit sugary drinks. Damn it, now I've got to drink just water flavoured with lemon juice. Ah well, such is the way of progress. (I get first comment too… yay!) ๐Ÿ˜†

  3. Sugar is not that bad, if you do not gain weight. Associated risk is not the same thing as a risk caused by something. There not much evidence of direct harm caused by sugar independent of weight gain. What would the mechanism be?

  4. Anecdotally, diet pop like Zevia, etc doesn't make me crave desserts, etc. As you alluded to it's the overall dietary patterns of most people who drink pop or switch to diet pop, who aren't typically plant based. Wish we had better and more applicable studies.

  5. i'm not buying it that sugar is bad, the crap it's put into is bad. not that i eat a lot of refined sugar though, but i don't buy it that refined sugar is that bad.

  6. Also your brain cant think as good if you drink diet because aspartame and other artificial sweeteners are excitotoxins meaning they excite the brain like nicotine and then kill off massive amounts of brain cells. Ntm the formaldehyde created in your brain from this sweetener made from the feces of gm bacteria( modified to consume toxic waste)

  7. This video had perfect timing for me, I just decided to drastically reduce my sugar intake and was wondering what artificial sugars do to our body.
    Thank you for this concise, informative video! Keep up the good work.

  8. 6:15. This is how I feel now too — I don't understand how I used to like dessert foods. They are so gross to me now — sickeningly sweet. How can anyone stomach them? They make my tongue burn from the overly sweetness.

  9. Okay so two week challenge? Time to do that in the new year. ๐Ÿ˜€ Forget about doing it now with all the cookies and stuff around at work and everywhere. xD

  10. But seriously I love drinking massive sodas for a large majority of my calories at work. Sugar helps deal with the stress and helps keep my energy levels up. Also soda is inexpensive compared to fruit.

    Blah, first I had to give up meat and now I am going to have to give up soda….sad panda.

  11. Can't some of this be explained by identifying that people with weight problems (and associated high sugar intake) are more likely to consume diet sodas to try to lose weight?

  12. What is this, you mean that there is something other then meat causing major health consequences ๐Ÿ™‚
    I quit all sugar three weeks ago and live on a very low carb diet. I do use stevia in my morning coffee and in my daily beet smoothie and it has not caused me to cheat on my low carb keto diet.

  13. OMG!! please get somebody else to read the information I cannot tolerate this person's voice. I'm not trying to be mean but it feels like fingernails going down a chalkboard the information is wonderful. but please for the love of the nation's health find somebody with a more social and pleasurable voice to listen to!! :-[

  14. dr. gregor, I'd love it if you could make a video about pcos. It's incredibly complex and I'm very confused. It would be really helpful thank you!

  15. Are you kidding me. This is so amazing. I am not very impressed by the study with N=20, but hope more evidence will follow in favour of something I believe its quite likely hypothesis. I consume most of my beverages unsweetened and even when sweet sodas are provided for free, I choose plain water. It is interesting to observe, however, how health conscious people fight for those few diet sodas among all those provided …

  16. I consume a beverage with no-calorie sweeteners, but also consume mostly whole foods, few foods with added sugar. I don't choose M&M's.

  17. lol if you watch these vids you probably don't drink soda to begin with! Great info though, I'll have to share with those who do!

  18. So, what's the harm when you don't compensate by "eating the whole cake?". I drink diet soda every day, and my daily processed sugar intake is very low.

  19. I have personally tried this no sugar or artificial challenge and find this study to be 100% correct! I had almost zero craving for sugar. I found the natural sweetness in fruit to satisfy any desire for sweets. Same results as cutting back on salt. I used to salt everything heavily. But now I only use light salt a few times a month. Your tastebuds and cravings adjust very quickly. I can say this from personal experience. A big thanks to Dr. Gregor for another great video! ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  20. I get that artificial sweeteners can increase your desire for sugary foods, but has there actually been a study trying to isolate the deleterious effects (if any) of artificial sweeteners? For example, studying the health effects of people consuming the same foods or calories but only replacing the sugar-added foods with artificially-sweetened foods? I'm curious what the standalone "bad effects" of artificial sweeteners are…

  21. So if I only drink diet soda, but never eat sweet except fruit, I am reducing my risks?
    And maybe even eating more fruit in the long run?

  22. OMG, SUGER bad, meat,bad, protein bad, gluten bad, plants with oxolites bad, transFats,bad— Well is there anything left that can be eaten?

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