It may seem like a good thing to drink diet soda, but new evidence suggests it might be just the opposite. Scientists at Purdue University, found that drinking diet soda may actually lead to you gaining more weight. There has previously been a correlation noted between those who drink these so-called diet sodas with bigger waistlines.
Many patients often ask me about “natural” or “alternative” treatment for medical conditions. Many of the reported “natural” remedies are unsubstantiated in medical research and some potentially could cause harm as they might interact with medications or lead to other issues. Certain foods could pose some harm. For example, grapefruit and grapefruit juice interacts with numerous medications metabolized by the liver.