Diet Soda and Stroke Risk
The study not only suggests that diet soda is not an optimal sugar substitute for sugar sweetened beverages, but that it also poses some health risks.
However, the questionnaire-based, yet-to-republished study of more than 2,500 people, has attracted a great deal of angst and ire from myriad health care professionals and experts in diet, nutrition and vascular disease.
Among the many flaws cited in the study, some health care professionals say, is that participants were asked about soda intake at only one point in time when they entered the study.
From the February 10, 2012, Prepared Foods' Daily News.