Contrary to its purpose, diet soda consumption may be linked to weight gain due to potential disruptions in appetite regulation.
The intense sweetness of artificial sweeteners in diet soda can trigger cravings for sugary foods.
Diet soda's artificial sweeteners may disturb the balance of gut bacteria, affecting digestive health.
The acidic nature and artificial sweeteners in diet soda can contribute to tooth enamel erosion and dental problems.
Regular diet soda consumption may be associated with an elevated risk of metabolic syndrome and related health issues.
Some studies suggest that diet soda intake may be linked to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.
Diet soda's phosphoric acid may have negative effects on bone density, potentially impacting bone health.