Monday, June 6, 2016

12 Things That Happen to Your Body if You Stop Drinking Diet Soda

A glass here or there won’t hurt you, but habitual intake of diet soda can affect your health. Curb your intake and potentially experience these benefits. 

With your mouth ... 

With your mouth ... 

Diet soda may wear at your teeth, potentially causing cavities: When Australian researchers exposed extracted cavity-free molars to regular soda or diet soda, they saw erosion in both scenarios. This may be due to the soda’s acidic content—phosphoric acid is a common cola ingredient, whereas citric acid is a component of Sprite and other lemon- and lime-flavored sodas. Try these tips for healthy, white teeth. 

With your pregnancy... 

With your pregnancy... 

Women who drank one or more diet sodas daily were significantly more likely to deliver preterm babies, per a preliminary Danish study. There was no link between regular soda intake and preterm birth. 

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