Does the diet coke really work or is it just a marketing strategy?
I drink Diet Coke because regular is too sweet and I don't like it. It's like being hooked on cigarettes. I prefer the taste of the diet sodas.
by Hugo90 - 14 hours ago
I would recommend all these are the technique of marketing to fool people don't go on advertising its very shocking being educated how you can believe in all these stuff. These are simple bull s**t to do business.
by Azzi - 14 hours ago
From what I heard, they are far worse than the regular coke. Because there are no sugars, they use other means to give it flavor. From what I remember, this ruins the way your body metabolizes sugar.
by yamafanda - 14 hours ago
Diet Coke doesn't make you lose weight. It's not a marketing strategy, either. The company relies on people who are not smart enough to realize this.
by Mary Kontrarry - 14 hours ago
In what context? Is it less calorific than regular coke? Yes. Will it magically turn you into an Adonis? No.
by Paul - 14 hours ago
Yes, it works: when you open the can, you can drink it.
by Eliot K - 14 hours ago
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