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That Pepsi Light dumbbell? Yeah, it isn't real:

That Pepsi Light dumbbell? Yeah, it isn't real:

The artificial sweeteners in diet drinks are sweeter than regular sugar, which can cause people to crave sugar more often and eat more calories, said Heather Caplan, R.D., and Road Runners Club of America-certified running coach. “If you’re trying to avoid a lot of sugar, but substitute with artificial sweeteners that have no calories, you’re not doing yourself any favors,” Caplan said. Research has shown that people who drink more than 21 diet drinks per week were twice as likely to become overweight or obese than those who didn’t drink diet soda, according to the American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association . While the soda packaging isn’t real, Caplan says a dumbell-shaped bottle filled with water would be appropriate. Two liters of water would weigh 4.4 pounds, a good weight for many exercises that runners should include in their fitness routines. Perha...

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/nutrition/that-pepsi-light-du...

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