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-- and I had to answer your questions.
It seems like every week.
There's a new study warning us about the dangers of soft drinks we got this email from a concerned -- -- Dr.
Manny I drink a few cans of diet soda every day could this be bad for my house.
Well -- recently headlines have raised concerns -- whether diet sodas can boost your risk for stroke.
Showed -- regular or diet.
Have both been linked to obesity kidney damage and certain cancers just because it says diet doesn't mean it's healthy -- the key to losing white.
Switching from regular soda to diet may save -- calories but some studies suggest that drinking more than one a day.
Can increase your risk for obesity and type two diabetes for more on that we talk to an -- So well I think having a regular diet soda once in awhile is okay.
I do recommend people limit them as much as possible and the reason for that if -- Number one in both regular and diet but it is varies week in making.
We hear your sweet tasting get accustomed to eating very sweetly and creating what -- -- And the second reason is that both regular and diet soda have undesirable ingredient.
Regular soda is half the sugar half empty calories and diet -- have a lot of artificial ingredients.
Your best bet is to go -- a laugh water sparkling water.
-- flash and a hundred and very -- you can often making it used water in your home in the refrigerator at -- -- as varied as -- their lines and then.
It's a wonderful way to stay hydrated.
Do you have a health question emailed me about the many of foxnews.com until next time -- document.
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