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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by jonKranked, Sep 18, 2007.
thank you for posting more than hype and speculation.
Miracle Whip Fat Free sucks ass though.
and if you can tell the difference you're drinking waayyy to much damn soda
Bull$hit. I probably drink less than a 6-pack of Coke (regular) a year and if you can't tell a difference with Diet Coke your taste buds are fokked.
I have always thought he was way too much soda too.
the main point is, if you eat healthily enough and exercise enough, you shouldn't have to cut corners with diet stuff. If you do have to use diet stuff, eat healthier and exercise more.
that being said, I am going to eat a stick of butter when I get home.
the calories in regular soda are useless, tho. besides you soda taste snobs (kinda like being a poop texture snob, imo) there's no real argument for non-diet sodas.
If hating the taste of diet soda makes me a "taste snob" then I guess that's what i am. I guess Im also a water snob since I dont drink urine.
Diet soda is one of those products that was created first, then they had to engineer a problem for it to solve.
post of the day!!!!!!
Sorry, what now? The subject in question is sucralose. The subject of that paper is aspertame. The abstract even states:
So, no, it's not hype or speculation, but it's also not relevant.
Here, you want some data on sucralose?
I'm not saying it's definitely a bad thing, I'm just suggesting that caution isn't such an irrational idea, since some of it definitely is metabolized and absorbed.
Grice HC, Goldsmith LA. Sucralose--an overview of the toxicity data. Food Chem Toxicol. 2000;38 Suppl 2:S1-6.
full pdf via yousendit link:
Too much Cisco stuff now, I'll read it later or tomorrow, but thanks for the PDF.
EIGRP networks! K values! DUAL! SRTT/RTO! Topology tables! Feasible and advertised distances! Address summarizations! Successors! My brain is full
ding fries are done?
some more food for thought (no pun intended):
"Nutritionists: Soda making Americans drink themselves fat"
Mmmm...... creamy butter.
diet tastes like watered down ****
If you actually must drink diet 'soda' as you seppos call it then I find it helpful to circumvent the taste issue by mixing it with moderate amounts of fermented sugar cane.
watch the insults there buddy. at least we aren't known for poor oral hygiene despite all the 'soda' (yes i assumed you are english DUN DUN DUN)
1. Seppo: Derogertory word used by the English and Australians for all American nationals. Derived from Rhyming slang (Septic Tank = Yank)
I suspect Aussie - I've never heard a limey use the "septic" term.
"Derogatory" is what passes for politeness in Australia.
Suck It Up, Princess.
Any chemical that comes with an MSDS should not go into food as far as I'm concerned. Ever.
Does Aspertane and/or Splenda??
I didn't read the whole thread, but I have to say I actually prefer diet depending on the soda.
Diet Mt Dew isn't as syrupy tasting to me. Same goes for Diet Vault, but I can't seem to find that much these days.
Diet Pepsi MAX is also rather good, and Coke Zero isn't bad either.
Regular Diet Coke is nasty, as is Diet Pepsi. But blend 1/2 Diet Cherry Pepsi with 1/2 regular Pepsi and it's very tasty.
I guess you also like diet bacon and diet steak too.
I don't usually drink soda period, but when I do, it's usually diet. Because IMO it tastes better. But we're talking a few times a year here, so I probably shouldn't even be posting in this thread.
I've switched to drinking almond milk almost exclusively.
your opinions on food are henceforth rendered null and void
Yep. Gives me cramps.
I usually have a hard time taking anything on that website seriously, but I checked out the related links and this is ridiculous. I don't have as much of a problem with putting those chemicals in the milk, but to do so without informing the consumer about it on the label is just wrong. Apparently the current definition of 'milk' means no artificial sweeteners, and they are trying to redefine it to include them.
Same here. Recently my girlfriend even started making it herself on occasion, then we know exactly what is in it.
How exactly do you make it?
wtf...I want my milk to just be milk, not milk with a bunch of hidden crap.
Link was in that piece:
Wow that's easy.
Wonder what it would be like if you left the nut fiber in.
I hadn't seen how easy it was until that, but I go through a gallon of milk every 4/5 days so converting that to almonds wouldn't be cheap...