Many people diet sodas as part of their diet. They these drinks are healthier than fizzy drinks. However, according to a new study, "diet" versions of sugary drinks can as bad for our heart as fizzy drinks that loaded with sugar. The researchers who the study said people should diet sodas and other artificially sweetened beverages if they want to after their health. They said the artificial sweeteners in diet drinks are not healthy. Dr Guy Mintz, a heart specialist, said: "The belief that artificial sweeteners a safe substitute for sugar fake news." He added: "Artificial sweeteners have associated with weight gain, insulin resistance, and diabetes."
The research is in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Researchers at health data from over 100,000 people in France. Participants in the study their diet, activity level, and health status every six months. The researchers : "Higher intakes of...artificially sweetened beverages associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, that artificially sweetened beverages might not a healthy substitute for sugary drinks." They added: "Water, water, and more water should the beverage of choice. childhood obesity, no sweetened or artificially sweetened beverage should a staple in children's diets."