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Diet products contain chemicals that stimulate hunger


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I have heard more than one doctor say that sweetness in the mouth creates an insulin response and therefore, these low or no-calorie sugar substitutes cause insulin to be put into the blood, as we taste it and this leads to more hunger.

 

Dr. McDougall had a study, in his last month newsletter, that found noticeable weight gain, based on drinking diet sodas because of this.

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Dr. McDougall had a study, in his last month newsletter, that found noticeable weight gain, based on drinking diet sodas because of this.

 

I've heard that diet soda actually raises something called "equilibrium weight" (?) and makes your body think that you actually need to be heavier than you are.

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