Does Diet Soda Actually Make You Eat More Calories?
A study suggests overweight and obese adults who drink diet drinks consume more calories from food than adults who drink regular soda.By Laura Heck | January 17, 2014
That joke about the person who orders a double cheeseburger, supersize fries and then a diet soda actually became a scientific study.
"A new study out of Johns Hopkins looked at eating habits of Americans over 10 years. It found that diet soda drinkers who are overweight consume significantly more calories from their food." (Via WPVI)
"They found overweight and obese adults who drank diet soda ended up eating more calories compared to those who drank regular soda and other sugary drinks." (Via WCAU)