Carbohydrates in Diet Soda
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Carbs and Fiber in Diet Soda

Food Item: Diet Soda (zero calories)
Food Quantity: 12 fl oz
Carbs: 0g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 0g

Diet Soda and Diet

Not allowed on low carb plans, regular sodas and carbonated energy drinks are typically 'empty-calorie' foods (except in the case of diet sodas) with no nutrition (except calories) and no dietary fiber. Regular soda is also high in refined carb sugars and high on the Glycemic Index, which means it causes a rapid rise in blood-glucose levels, leading to excessive insulin production and a sudden drop in blood sugar. The longer-term health effects of high-GI foods and consequent unstable blood sugar levels, include periodic hyperglycemia, hyperinsulimia, obesity and other symptoms, known collectively as insulin resistance syndrome. Increased risk of diabetes is another possibility. See also Diabesity and Insulin Resistance. Bottom line: if you want to lose weight and maintain stable blood sugar levels, keep your intake of refined sugary carb drinks like Diet Soda, to a sensible minimum.

For more details about carbs in soda, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in some sodas, energy drinks or carbonated soft drinks can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Diet Soda are intended as a guideline only.

7UP - 7UP Cherry - Cherry Cola - Chocolate Soda - Club Soda - Coca Cola - Cola - Crystal Light - Diet Soda
Dr Pepper - Fanta Root Beer - Ginger Ale - Grape Soda - Kool-Aid - Lemonade - Lemonade (Low-Cal)
Lemonade (Powder) - Lemon-Lime - Low Calorie Soda - Lucozade - Orange - Orangina - Pepsi - Rice Drink
Root Beer - Seltzers - Sprite - TAB - Tang


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