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Diet soft drinks may wear at your teeth, potentially causing cavities: When Australian researchers exposed extracted cavity-free molars to regular or diet soft drinks, they saw erosion in both scenarios. This may be due to the acidic content—phosphoric acid is a common cola ingredient, whereas citric acid is a component of Sprite and other lemon—and lime—flavoured soft drinks. Carbonated drinks also prime the body to store more fat.

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