How diet soda causes weight gain

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  8. Thank you so much:) I will be passing this along to all of my clients:)
    Heather Fleming
    ConsciousNutrition

  9. Overall this is a great video, but it is missing some MAJOR points. pH affects intra/extra cellular fluid a lot more than it will ever influence blood. You can’t check the pH of your blood. Litmus paper needs to be checked with urine and urine only, because if you have something alkalkine/acidic in your mouth, for obvious reasons your test will show differently. a lot of those papers test for proteins found in urine, not saliva. The diet soda is a whole new issue, but thats for a new post 🙂

  10. This video was really well done and fun to watch. I improved my diet yesterday after viewing this video. Thanks to the authors!

  11. very interesting, but at the end its not that hard to understand that if ure drinking “diet” soda is still SODA! and it still contains enuff sugar to raise ur carb level up.

  12. @moycano023, probably executives from McDonald’s and Pepsi disliked this. They do not want the public to know.

  13. I love this video.. Thanks to the person that made this. It makes it easier for me to explain how my product works with the body and PH. Excellent information being shared here. Keep up the great work and videos.

    The Blakester
    Robert Blakely

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