10-year Harvard study makes counterintuitive conclusion
Does your weight-loss plan include drinking diet soda?
Well, you may want to rethink that strategy.
A 10-year Harvard study part of your weight-loss plan found the drinks with the artificial sweeteners seem to promote weight gain.
Once again, conventional wisdom proves mistaken.
Harvard researcher Vasanti Malik found that the low-calorie sweetener users were heavier and had larger waist circumferences and more abdominal obesity than non-users.
The study is not the first of its kind, nor the first to draw a similar conclusion.