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Can diet coke be useful for weight loss, or do the health risks out-way the benefits?

Diet drinks that are loaded with low calorie sweeteners (LCS) are thought to be just as bad as their sugary alternatives i.e. "full-fat" coke. (I still don't get that term) as it's purely sugar, not fat. 

But the question is, is there any evidence to support this and what exactly does the research say about the effects diet coke and LCS (aspartame) have on health and weight management? Because it's low in calories, can it be used to support weight loss?

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