There's little scientific evidence that supports the idea that diet soda is going to make you fat. ;) Most research is strictly correlational (NOT causational)and doesn't describe WHY there's a link. I suspect it's more about behavior than chemistry.
As long as you are *limiting* your intake, it isn't going to cause you to gain weight by itself. Dietician Becky Hand (the SP registered dietician) has stated a number of times that they're fine in moderation. Moderation meaning "not the only thing you drink" of course. :)
You're only drinking two a day, and there's no reason to think that cutting them out is going to magically make you drop pounds.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 4/18/2013 (17:36)
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