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What Soft Drinks have the Fewest Calories?

Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010 03:28 PM

Most people find it extremely difficult to manage weight loss because they consume a number of drinks that are full of hidden calories.
Usually, soft drinks contain a large number of calories that hinder any planned weight loss and diet. Switching to sugar-free beverages is the best choice for healthier living.
Since it is very difficult to completely eliminate soft drinks from the diet, here are a number of healthier and low-calorie soft drinks that can still help maintain your diet goals and achieve weight loss.

Lemon Soda
: During the hot months, drinking lemon soda is probably the best option to quench the thirst as well as ensure that very little calories are consumed. There are a few options that one can choose from, and they are Diet 7-up, Sprite Zero, and Sierra Mist Free. Sierra Mist Free uses sweeteners such as aspartame.

Diet Pepsi Wild Cherry: One of the best low-sugar flavored diet colas is  Diet Pepsi Wild Cherry. This low-calorie soft drink is better than the regular version of Pepsi, and it also has an entirely new flavor to seduce dieters. The sweetener used is a mixture of aspartame and acesulfame potassium (Ace-k).

Dr. Pepper Cherry Chocolate Diet: If a dieter is looking for a low-calorie beverage, which is flavored and does not belong to the diet cola category, Dr. Pepper Cherry Chocolate Diet is among the best options.

For good health, it is essential to manage consumption of low-calorie soft drinks and also include a variety of other drinks that do not come under the carbonated soft drinks category. Many herbal teas and fruit drinks not only have very low calorie content, but may help weight loss by increasing the metabolism, reducing the fat by controlling food cravings, and providing antioxidants and essential nutrients.

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