Diet sodas (also diet pop, diet, sugar-free, or light soft drinks, refreshments, or carbonated beverages) are typically sugar-free, artificially sweetened and non-alcoholic carbonated beverages. They are generally marketed toward health-conscious people, diabetics, athletes, and other people who want to lose weight, improve physical fitness, or reduce their sugar intake.
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... for exposure to aspartame in the United States is diet soft drinks, though it can be consumed in other products, such as pharmaceutical preparations, fruit drinks, and chewing gum ... A 12 US fluid ounce (355 ml) can of diet soda contains 180 milligrams (0.0063 oz) of aspartame, and for a 75 kg (165 lb) adult, it takes approximately 21 cans of diet soda daily to consume the 3,750 ...
... an effort to profit on the surging popularity of low-carbohydrate diets, Coca-Cola and Pepsico both released reduced-calorie versions of their flagship sodas in 2004 ... the daily sugar allowance of some popular low-carbohydrate diets ... It is possible that these sodas were targeted to so-called "carb-conscious consumers", who are paying attention to their carbohydrate intake but not trying to drastically reduce it ...
... Their Diet Soda is available in nine flavors Cola, Black Cherry, Peach, Kiwi Strawberry, Tangerine Lime, Ginger Ale, Root Beer, Grapefruit, and Pomegranate ... Hansen's diet soda is sweetened with acesulfame potassium and sucralose ... All diet sodas are OU Kosher certified ...
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