Diet soda: What is it good for?
Experts say it’s making you fat, eroding your teeth and giving you Type II diabetes.
On top of all that, each visit to the vending machine is costing you $1.50 (50 cents if you’re employer isn’t a startup).
In the interest of keeping you sexy, alive and rich, Your Money tapped nutritionists Keri Gans, author of The Small Change Diet, and Rania Batayneh of Essential Nutrition for You to help you kick the can for good.
Full disclosure: I kicked the habit back in ’05, but do partake in the occassional Dr. Pepper like the Texan I am.
Read the full article here.