Study: Diet soda may do more harm than good
July 10th, 2013
05:01 PM ET

Study: Diet soda may do more harm than good

Diet soda drinkers have the same health issues as those who drink regular soda, according to a new report published Wednesday.

Purdue University researchers reviewed a dozen studies published in past five years that examined the relationship between consuming diet soda and health outcomes. They then published an opinion piece on their findings in the journal Trends in Endocrinology & Metabolism, saying they were “shocked” by the results.

"Honestly, I thought that diet soda would be marginally better compared to regular soda in terms of health," said Susan Swithers, the report's author and a behavioral neuroscientist and professor of psychological sciences. “But in reality it has a counterintuitive effect.”

Artificial sweeteners in diet soda fulfill a person’s craving for a sweet taste, without the calories. But that's the problem, according to researchers. Think of it like crying wolf.

The fake sugar in diet sodas teases your body by pretending to give it real food. But when your body doesn't get the things it expects to get, it becomes confused on how to respond. While the studies they reviewed only looked at diet soft drinks, the researchers suggest that this could apply to other products that contain artificial sweeteners as well.

"You've messed up the whole system, so when you consume real sugar, your body doesn't know if it should try to process it because it's been tricked by the fake sugar so many times," says Swithers.

On a physiological level, this means when diet soda drinkers consume real sugar, the body doesn’t release the hormone that regulates blood sugar and blood pressure.

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Diet soda drinkers also tend to pack on more pounds than those who don’t drink it, the report says.

“Research shows that sweet taste can increase appetite and the regular consumption of the high intensity sweetness of artificial sweeteners may encourage sugar cravings and dependence,” says CNN diet and fitness expert Dr. Melina Jampolis.

The artificial sweeteners also dampen the "reward center" in your brain, which may lead you to indulge in more calorie-rich, sweet-tasting food, according to the report.

The American Beverage Association says the report was "an opinion piece, not a scientific study."

"Low-calorie sweeteners are some of the most studied and reviewed ingredients in the food supply today," the association said in a statement. "They are safe and an effective tool in weight loss and weight management, according to decades of scientific research and regulatory agencies around the globe."

Diet soda's negative effects are not just linked to weight gain, however, the report says.

It found that diet soda drinkers who maintained a healthy weight range still had a significantly increased risk of the top three killers in the United States: diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

"We've gotten to a place where it is normal to drink diet soda because people have the false impression that it is healthier than indulging in a regular soda," says Swithers. "But research is now very clear that we need to also be mindful of how much fake sugar they are consuming."

There are five FDA-approved artificial sweeteners: acesulfame potassium (Sunett, Sweet One), aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet), neotame, saccharin (SugarTwin, Sweet'N Low), and sucralose (Splenda).

“Saccharin was one of the first commercially-available artificially sweeteners, and it’s actually a derivative of tar,” says Swithers.

Even natural sweeteners like Stevia, which has no calories and is 250 times sweeter than regular sugar, are still processed extracts of a natural plant and may have increased health risks.

“Just because something is natural does not always mean that it is safer,” says Jampolis.

There more studies and research that need to be done. But in the meantime, experts say: Limit consumption.

“No one is saying cut it out completely,” says Swithers. “But diet soda should be a treat or indulgence just like your favorite candy, not an everyday thing.”

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  1. Tomw

    Not to be a saint here, but I have two teenage kids, we have NEVER BOUGHT SODA their whole lives, and they don't miss something that isn't there. They also don't prefer it when away from home. It's easy to live without this crap in bottle if you just never buy or use it. There are so many other better alternatives for beverages; like almost anything. It's stupefying how much soda of all kinds the U.S. population consumes. The marketers have done a good job with this one!

    July 11, 2013 at 17:11 | Report abuse | Reply
    • southcal

      I hope you don't assume that orange juice or apple juice or Gatorade is much better than a Coke or Pepsi.

      July 11, 2013 at 18:05 | Report abuse |
    • loupy

      My parents never bought soda when I was a kid, it was only water and unsweet tea. I wasn't happy back then, but I'm grateful now, because to this day I prefer water and unsweet tea to any kind of drink. Everything tastes too sweet, and doesn't do anything for my thirst. Sugary drinks just make me more thirsty. So it's still water and unsweet tea to this day.

      July 11, 2013 at 18:23 | Report abuse |
  2. tcool17

    Not sure I believe these studies anymore. EVERY time lately, you get these absurd studies which will state the exact opposite of what has been said for years. They do it because it gets the study group in the news... otherwise they would not be in the news.

    As for diet soda, most people who drink it tend to be overweight already. They are the people who tend to gain weight easily. Which makes this study pointless.

    July 11, 2013 at 17:15 | Report abuse | Reply
    • DietSodaWeightGain

      > EVERY time lately, you get these absurd studies which will state the exact opposite of what has been said for years.

      Perhaps, but not in this case. Most all of the studies have pointed to a consistent correlation between diet soda and weight gain.

      Contrary to what the beverage companies say, there has not been a single study that statistically shows that diet soda helps with maintaining or loosing weight.

      If you want a healthy drink, try water.

      July 11, 2013 at 18:03 | Report abuse |
    • joe

      Consistent correlation? Since when does that matter?

      Diet soda is neither good nor bad, it never claims to be either.

      The FDA says it is the most studied chemical in their history. There are no negative side affects

      Science doesnt care about your anecdotes and correlations

      July 11, 2013 at 18:21 | Report abuse |
    • nxpunk

      I agree. Just because its diet doesn't mean that you can have a gallon of it.

      July 11, 2013 at 19:16 | Report abuse |
    • Tom

      Or it could be that new evidence comes to light which then changes previously held conclusions. It's just how science works.

      July 17, 2013 at 11:22 | Report abuse |
    • Billy F

      Anything in moderation can be fine for you. Having a soda for a TREAT once in a while, is something that can be okay.

      September 22, 2013 at 19:06 | Report abuse |
    • Michael


      The studies however have not shown the effects of switching from equal amounts of REGULAR soda or SWEET tea to equal amounts of diet soda or artificially sweetened tea.

      My own experience has been that I *did* lose weight and was much more easily able to continue maintaining my weight when I switched over from Mountain Dew to Diet Coke. Yes, I am sure switching to water would be better - but I detest water and I will NOT drink tea unless it has some sweetener, artificial or sugar.

      And, my diet has not changed in terms of what I consume otherwise - as I essentially never eat deserts and rarely eat high sugar foods (except in the form of barbeque sauce on some form of meat).

      So, to compare apples to apples, so to speak, let's see the study compare someone drinking 80 ounces a day (6-7 cans) of Mountain Dew vs someone drinking the same amount of Diet Coke.

      March 1, 2016 at 19:38 | Report abuse |
  3. cpc65

    What "real sugar"? It's all high fructose corn syrup!

    July 11, 2013 at 17:42 | Report abuse | Reply
    • liz

      sugar comes from sugar cane or sugar beets, HFCS comes from corn syrup..it undergoes a chemical process to become HFCS

      July 11, 2013 at 18:03 | Report abuse |
  4. Chigrboy

    Why all the hate for fat Americans?? Are all of you writing these posts skinny-healthy Americans? Anyway, I actually am pretty healthy for a middle aged American. I work out 3 times a week (crossfit), play basketball and watch WHAT I put in my body.
    Some posts on here say that the fat people eat too much and that's probably true in a lot of cases (combined with lack of exercise) but what is equally or more important is WHAT you eat. My mom eats like a bird (seriously) but is still overweight. The two factors I see are lack of exercise and diet. Sugar is your enemy.Processed foods (including artificial sweeteners) are your enemy. Wheat products aren't doing you any favors and neither is the all american favorite – the white potato. What you eat is more important in my opinion. Eat lean protein, vegies, nuts some fruits. If you're thirsty – water. Tea is also good but make your own like green tea- no pre bottled or McD's sweet teas. And don't hate so much. I'm not perfect and neither are you.

    July 11, 2013 at 17:57 | Report abuse | Reply
    • On Nutrition

      You've drunk the Paleo Koolaid I see! You might be interested to know that cave people did eat grains and legumes. I'd post some articles for you, but I'm on my phone. There is a great TED talk about it that you could probably find on YouTube. The good thing about the Paleo diet is that it gets the processed junk out of the diet and encourages more vegetable consumption. But it is still just a diet fad and the consensus belief is that cave people didn't eat the Paleo diet!

      July 11, 2013 at 22:27 | Report abuse |
    • GernB

      Actually, I'm not skinny but I'm far from fat. I have consumed diet soda for my entire adult life going on 25 years now (stopped drinking sugar soda when I was 20). I am not overweight, I don't have diabetes, no heart disease... does that mean I'm proof? Not at all. It just means there's science and then there's "science". Until they come up with a real study in which identical individuals ate the identical diet, did identical exercise and drank identical amounts of the identical beverage, it's all just hoopla.

      July 12, 2013 at 14:33 | Report abuse |
  5. joe

    I drink diet soda because I like flavor on my tongue. Water is boring

    People like me eat and drink for pleasure more so than for need.

    So my opinion is: if you drink diet soda, you are trying to compromise the pleasure of drinking with the need for health. The problem is, that's not enough. You have to watch what you eat too.

    People who have health problems while drinking diet have managed to compromise on one side of their diet, but not the other. That's why we're seeing studies like this showing diet drinkers being overweight. This is a demographic that enjoys eating and drinking so much that they've bothered to acquire the taste of a rather nasty chemical.

    Aspartame has been studied exhaustively. Until I see empirical scientific research showing diet sodas are unhealthy, I will continue to consume it. As someone who is in excellent shape (and drinks several cans of diet everyday) I can assure you, if you're overweight, diet soda is NOT to blame for it

    July 11, 2013 at 17:59 | Report abuse | Reply
    • miss-anthropic

      you are a dolt......obviously the diet sodas HAVE affected your brain....

      July 11, 2013 at 19:03 | Report abuse |
    • joe

      A clever rebuttal miss anthropic. I will seriously have to reevaluate my opinion on this mater

      July 11, 2013 at 19:18 | Report abuse |
    • Yes!

      Exactly! I have lost 37 lbs since January, I have only recently started drinking diet soda (3 weeks ago?). But since I have started it's given me the edge and I was able to lose a few more pounds. Diet soda is NOT a healthy choice, but for those trying to lose weight it can be an alternative when you want to indulge.

      July 16, 2013 at 08:17 | Report abuse |
    • setsunamudou

      Don't forget though, if you drink more than one can of soda a day, you're probably not drinking as much water as you should. And being dehydrated from soda PLUS not drinking as much water means you retain more weight. Since I started replacing my soda with water, and drinking more of it, I have lost weight. And I only drink diet soda. I don't work out much.

      I agree with you though that eating and drinking for pleasure means you usually slip up in another area even when you get control of one. That happens to me a lot. The hard truth of it is, you have to take care of it all if you want to be healthy. Three sodas a day is pretty bad for your bones, your kidneys (think of the caffeine!), and how much it's probably replacing your water intake (You should at least drink close to 8 glasses a day, if you're not following that exactly).

      July 17, 2013 at 12:12 | Report abuse |
  6. wuzup25

    Really Gupta/Cohen/et all? So after I drink a Diet Coke, my body will no longer release the hormone? Really? You wanna elaborate on that claim? Or stand by your journalism-lite?

    July 11, 2013 at 18:13 | Report abuse | Reply
  7. Peter

    I think this article is specious at best. They merely surmise a conclusion from this "Purdue University study" and doesn't even give the full details of the research. Also, I think what they're saying about confusing the body with sweeteners is predicated on us not consuming any glucose at all...which is certainly not true. We consume bread, rice and other grains and foods that contain sugar (perhaps not in such big proportions as soda), so it's not like our body is entirely devoid of sugar. So the whole notion that diet soft drinks would be such a detriment to our body and its metabolism is misleading. Check out Sanjay Gupta's article on CNN (http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2010/03/18/is-aspartame-safe/)...at least the chief medical correspondent has some common sense!

    July 11, 2013 at 20:45 | Report abuse | Reply
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    No Fat Chicks!

    July 11, 2013 at 21:01 | Report abuse | Reply
  9. kaylaveg

    I need to GAIN 30 pounds and I literally drink liters of diet soda a day. I just eat a low calorie diet.

    July 12, 2013 at 00:40 | Report abuse | Reply
  10. Chris H.

    A 2-liter a day keeps the doctor away!

    July 12, 2013 at 08:36 | Report abuse | Reply
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    I kissed my way up to VP at a health insurance company. Now I take over $600,000 of your health care dollars for NO VALUE ADDED to your health care. And that’s just me. Now think about how many other VPs, Directors, Managers, etc. are at my company alone. Now multiply that by thousands of others at hundreds of other health insurance companies. From 10 to 25% of your health care dollars go towards administration that adds NO VALUE to your health care. But my company’s PAC dollars will continue to fool you little people into thinking that a single payer system will be bad. Little people like you are so easy to fool. Little people also don’t realize that a single payer system is the ONLY system that would allow little people (as an entire country) to negotiate better health care prices. Little people don’t realize that the Medical Cartels already know that. And that is the reason why the Medical Cartels spend so much PAC money from the hospitals and doctors lobbying against a single payer system. Some little people say that a single payer system would cost you little people more. But if that were true, then wouldn’t the hospitals and doctors WANT that extra money? Yes they would. So why do the Medical Cartels lobby against a single payer system? It’s because the Medical Cartels know it would allow little people to negotiate better health care prices. And that’s what the Medical Cartels are afraid of. Period.
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    July 13, 2013 at 21:17 | Report abuse | Reply
  14. Dusty Johnson

    This is why we just stick to Cool-Aid. It's a healthy alternative to artificial sweets and junk drinks.

    July 14, 2013 at 22:01 | Report abuse | Reply
  15. EdL

    Wait until Bloomberg gets ahold of this one! Surely he will save the country (again).

    July 16, 2013 at 11:56 | Report abuse | Reply
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    July 28, 2013 at 19:50 | Report abuse | Reply
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    July 29, 2013 at 15:25 | Report abuse | Reply
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  22. DW

    I could understand how it would be easy for people to jump at the chance of cutting out calories by drinking soda with artificial sweeteners. Although this seems like a great idea, there are many other factors and risks to take into account. According to Natural Standard database, aspartame has been linked to several problems such as headaches, dizziness, mood changes, and panic attacks. I believe things are good in moderation, and artificial sweeteners, just like anything else, should not be over consumed.

    October 4, 2013 at 16:38 | Report abuse | Reply
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    The anti-diet soda paranoia is very alike the global warming paranoia. Bad science produced by people with an axe to grind. Which is better for a low-calorie diet, drinking a 12-oz diet soda with 0 calories or a 12-oz regular soda with 300 calories and 70 grams of sugar? No math skills required. Look, these "scientists" do not KNOW that the body is "tricked" by diet soda and responds by throwing a tantrum or something. This is a pet theory that is advertised as fact. And it's easy to see how their experiments might be flawed: people who drink diet soda tend to be people trying to lose weight, whereas people who drink regular soda are a mixed bag (slim and overweight). Which group do you think will be more overweight on average? Again, simple math.

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    My daughter was going blind and having seizures from drinking diet soda! Her ophthalmologist gave a speech at Grand Rounds at a local hospital and said that many of his patients started going blind from diet soda. My daughter stopped drinking diet soda and luckily recovered.
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    This says, Thanks also this said writer for that this i of his/her said columns on it and on that mayhap that's so also with it now here STILL recounts also that this now here even cites also " ' ' Study: ' ' " but then next recounts also that " ' ' Diet soda may DO more harm than good ' ' " for him/herself for him/herself, for ANYONE whoever accepts also that this even says also, Thanks also to this said writer for that this i of his/her said columns on it and on that mayhap that's so also with it now here STILL recounts also that this now here even cites also " ' ' Study: ' ' " but then next recounts also that " ' ' Diet soda may DO more harm than good ' ' " him/herself for him/herself, for fans, for readers, for others also and even for us, too....

    March 3, 2016 at 12:25 | Report abuse | Reply
  49. Tiffany Urrutia

    Good post ! I am thankful for the info . Does someone know where my assistant would be able to obtain a fillable a form version to work with ?

    May 2, 2016 at 19:39 | Report abuse | Reply
  50. Keri

    In 2001, i spend two days/nights taking the pink, yellow and blue pack of diet sugar's ingredients ONE BY ONE and looked up EVERY SINGLE INGREDIENTS...as far back as one could go and I came up with one LAST WORD for all...FORMALDEHYDE.
    WHICH IS FINE IF YOU'RE DEAD......its to preserve a dead body............................................then I looked up stevia..which is just a plant...its safe but not real sweet...so I use that instead. The FDA in America DOESN'T GIVE A CRAP OF WHAT WE EAT..ITS KILLING US AND THEY DON'T CARE...............AS IS GLUTEN....WHICH IS very unhealthy...............................oh well. American's want what the want. UNHEALTHY AND FAT LIVES. BECAUSE IT TASTES BETTER.

    October 22, 2016 at 04:08 | Report abuse | Reply
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