Not for me I banned artificial sugars and avoid anything that screams diet . But I am sure others would be happy with that news nutritional news sometimes can be suspect because of the business of selling us diet products . when I was on vacation I had real root beer because it was made right in that restaraunt and was featured as a favorite of many fully sugared and it was good ,, that was just once . no habit created .. unless I return to that area ...I won;t be haveing it again .. Hugs Judy:)
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A lot depends on how your body reacts to artifical sweeteners. I think some people may use diet drinks as a reason to eat more other things, so that could sabotage a diet potentially. I like stevia, personally, but that's the only non sugar or honey sweetener I use.
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