A large iced coffee with skim milk and two Splendas, please?
Think again – and hold the sweet stuff.
“I do not think there is sufficient evidence to prove that most artificial sweeteners are safe for consumers, so I prefer to stay away from them and indulge in the real thing [sugar] occasionally and mindfully,” registered dietitian and nutritionist, Chelsey Amer says.
Plus, there’s a plethora of research that shows how consuming diet beverages may counter-intuitively lead to weight gain, which can increase your risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease.”
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