New analyses from an observational study of San Antonio men and women age 65 and older seem to indicate this. Hazuda, Ph. Among SALSA participants who reported that they did not consume any diet sodas, waist circumference increased less than 1 inch on average over the total follow-up period, said Sharon P. Fowler, M. Among participants who reported occasional use — drinking less than one diet soda a day — waist circumference increased almost 2 inches. And among those who consumed diet sodas every day, or more often than once a day, waist circumference increased over 3 inches. With senior author Dr.
Insulin sensitivity and abdominal obesity in African-American, Hispanic, and non-Hispanic white men and women. The more diet sodas a person drank, the more likely he or she was to gain weight. Sucralose affects glycemic and hormonal responses to an oral glucose load. Michael P. Aging-related shifts in body composition contribute to the increased morbidity and mortality experienced by older individuals: waist circumference WC — a measure of both total and abdominal adiposity 13 — continues to rise throughout the lifespan, despite decreasing muscle mass and body weight in later years Diet soda DS intake DSI has been associated with increased cardiometabolic risk, but its specific impact in older adults has not been addressed. We examined the relation between diet soda and regular soda consumption with the risk of incident diabetes in a longitudinal multiethnic population-based cohort. Extra weight is a strong risk factor for the development of type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Care ; 32 4 : — Epidemiological evidence suggests that artificial sweeteners are implicated in weight gain. In our stroke-free multiethnic cohort we confirmed the results shown previously, that increased consumption of regular sugar-sweetened soda is a risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. Am J Clin Nutr. Department of Agriculture’s chemical division. Volume 2.
Was it something else in the soda? Diet soft drink consumption is associated with an increased risk of vascular events in the Northern Manhattan Study. BMJ ; : h In these models, moreover, participants who consumed diet soda daily had a 1.