|There is one thing that's not debatable, compared to regular coke, diet coke is a diet beverage.|
Apropos urges, if you look at the abstract of the study I am about to discuss in today's SuppVersity article, you will realize that this effect does not existent.
In fact, a brief glimpse at the data scientists from the University of Colorado it's obvious that the exact opposite happens. After 12 weeks on those of the 158 subjects who had been randomized to consume at least 24 fluid ounces of a non-nutritive sweetened beverage of their choice per day had not jus lost 46% more body weight than their peers who had been confined to water for 12 weeks, they also experienced a slight decline in hunger.
|Figure 1: Changes in body weight, waist circumference & hunger in the course of the 12-week study (Peters. 2014)|