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It seems that even diet products can’t keep you slim nowadays.

A new study shows that diet soda dangerously bloats your waistline and raises your blood sugar, according to the University of Texas Health Center.

Over a decade, 70 percent of those who drank diet soda in comparison to those who didn’t, had a 70 percent chance of an increased waistline.

“The more diet sodas people drank, the more their waists grew,” researcher Sharon Fowler told The Post.

“For people who drink two or more diet sodas a day, their waist increase was five times those who drank no diet sodas — almost two inches.”

Read more at the New York Post


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