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  2. Drinking low-calorie beverages may not help a child's weight, study says  9Honey
  3. Children who drink diet drinks 'end up eating more calories elsewhere'  Daily Mail
  4. How to lose weight without going on a diet - and it's easier than you think  Mirror Online
  5. Drinking Diet Coke ‘won’t boost weight loss – it makes you eat 200 MORE calories a day’  New York Post
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MOST people know to lose weight they must eat less and move more. As well as this, some slimmers may cut back on how much alcohol they drink, but one tipple could be the surprising way to boost the metabolism and help burn fat quickly. MOST people know to lose weight they must eat less and move more. As well as this, some slimmers may cut back on how much alcohol they drink, but one tipple could be the surprising way to boost the metabolism and help burn fat quickly.

Weight loss diet plan: Drinking gin can help burn fat fast | Express.co.uk

Diet soft drinks have raised suspicion for some time. Diet soft drinks have raised suspicion for some time.

Diet Coke: Drinking diet soft drinks makes you crave sugary foods

Children and teenagers who consume low-calorie sweetened beverages take in more calories compared to those ...The best option? Plain ol' water

Researchers from George Washington University in Washington DC studied the diets of more than 7,000 children to find those who regularly drank sugar-free soft drinks consumed more calories.Researchers from George Washington University in Washington DC studied the diets of more than 7,000 children to find those who regularly drank sugar-free soft drinks consumed more calories.

Children who drink diet drinks 'end up eating more calories elsewhere' | Daily Mail Online

“Barry Groves died on this day in 2013. He wrote some brilliant books and articles on real food, low carb, dietary fat, calories, fluoride and all sorts. He was also a world record holder in archery!”

Dr Zoe Harcombe, PhD on Twitter: "Barry Groves died on this day in 2013. He wrote some brilliant books and articles on real food, low carb, dietary fat, calories, fluoride and all sorts. He was also a world record holder in archery!"

It almost sounds too simple to be true - but it worksIt almost sounds too simple to be true - but it works

How to lose weight without going on a diet - and it's easier than you think - Mirror Online

A new study has found that children who drink diet soft drinks are likely to consume an extra 200 calories per day.Those sugar-free drinks probably won't help you lose weight.

Drinking diet drinks means you are more likely to eat more calories | Metro News

US children and teens who consumed low-calorie or zero-calorie sweetened beverages took in about 200 extra calories on a given day compared to those who drank water, and they took in about the same number of calories as youth who consumed sugary beverages, according to a new study.US children and teens who consumed low-calorie or zero-calorie sweetened beverages took in about 200 extra calories on a given day compared to those who drank water, and they took in about the same number of calories as youth who consumed sugary beverages, according to a new study.

Children and teens who drink low-calorie sweetened beverages do not save calories | EurekAlert! Science News

Kids and teenagers who drank Diet Coke and other diet beverages ate an extra 200 calories a day, according to a new study.Kids and teenagers who drank Diet Coke and other diet beverages ate an extra 200 calories a day, according to a new study.

Drinking diet soda more likely to make you gain weight

It almost sounds too simple to be true - but it worksIt almost sounds too simple to be true - but it works

How to lose weight without going on a diet - and it's easier than you think - Irish Mirror Online

Water remains the best option for kids and young adults.Water remains the best option for kids and young adults.

Young people who drink artificially sweetened sodas and other beverages still take in excess calories, study finds | MinnPost

Washington D.C. [USA], May 2 (ANI): Researchers have found that children and teens who drink low-calories or zero calories sweetened beverages in the United States takes in about 200 extra calories compared to those who drank water and took the same number of calories.Washington D.C. [USA], May 2 (ANI): Researchers have found that children and teens who drink low-calories or zero calories sweetened beverages in the United States takes in about 200 extra calories compared to those who drank water and took the same number of calories.

Kids and teens consuming low-calories sweetened beverages consume more calories compared to those drinking water

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Diet sodas and other artificially-sweetened, low-calorie beverages have been linked to higher calorie consumption overall.Diet sodas and other artificially-sweetened, low-calorie beverages have been linked to higher calorie consumption overall.

Drinking diet sodas makes you eat more, study suggests - Business Insider