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More 10 Calorie Soft Drinks Hitting the Shevles this Winter

 

I have to admit that I am a diet soda drinker—or as we say in Georgia, a diet “coke” drinker. I enjoy drinking soda with dinner and if I’m going to drink soda, I personally think diet soda is the “better” option. There has been much debate over the years on whether diet soda is more harmful than helpful, and you can watch Bob Wright’s video on the topic if you’re interested in that debate, but this post is not focusing on that. I’d like to share some news with you that I’m actually pretty excited about.

According to a recent news report, Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc, the makers of Dr. Pepper 10 specifically, are releasing five new versions of diet soft drinks: 7-Up, Sunkist, Canada Dry, RC Cola and A&W Root Beer. Each diet version, like Dr. Pepper 10, will only contain 10 calories sweetened by a small amount of high-fructose corn syrup.

You’ll be able to pick up the lighter versions of these drinks starting in January so if you’re looking for an alternate beverage to try, perhaps one of these 10 calorie drinks will tickle your fancy. I don’t believe that you should drink diet soda like it’s water; however, if you are a diet soda drinker or are looking for something other than water to quench your thirst, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with enjoying a diet drink instead. In fact, many soda drinkers have seen a difference in their weight after switching to diet drinks and water for several months.

If you’re a male who thinks it’s “girly” to order a diet drink, and I personally know several who feel this way, I encourage you to try one of these 10 calorie drinks—you may be surprised at how similar they taste to the original. No, they’re not exactly the same but at least they’re great tasting, satisfying and one step toward cutting excess calories from your day.

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