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Difference Between Regular and Diet Coke

Regular vs Diet Coke

Our bodies need water in order to function more effectively. It is recommended that we drink at least 8 glasses of water every day but we can also have other drinks too. Fruit juices and other fluids like sodas and other carbonated drinks provide a welcome variation to what we are drinking.

The carbonated drinks industry is one of the biggest income generating businesses in the world today. People are consuming huge amounts of carbonated soft drinks to quench their thirst. There are many brands of soft drinks in the market and Coca-Cola is one of them.

Coca-Cola is the leading brand of carbonated soft drinks that are sold in restaurants, stores, and vending machines all over the world. It is most popularly known as Coke, a refreshing drink made from a concentrate combined with filtered water and sweeteners.

The original flavor of Coke is the regular Coke but in time, the company has developed other flavored drinks like Sprite and Royal. Today, Coke comes in several flavors, Coca-Cola Cherry, Coca-Cola Vanilla, Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola, and Diet Coke, among others.

Regular and Diet Coke have the same ingredients save for the type of sweeteners used in their production. This difference came about as the result of the demand for a soft drink that is less fattening and which can be consumed by people with diabetes.

Regular Coke is sweetened with sugar made from high fructose corn syrup which is high in calories and can spike insulin. Diet Coke on the other hand is sweetened with artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, a synthetic sweetener that has lesser calories.

We grew up with Regular Coke, in fact, it is probably the first soft drink we have tasted and its taste is very distinct and satisfying. But then, a can of Regular Coke contains approximately 138 calories so consuming it would add up to your weight. It tastes sweeter too because of its sugar content.

The first time that you taste Diet Coke you will find it a little bland because it lacks some of the ingredients of the original blend. It is preferred by those that are watching their sugar intake and their weight though because it has less calories and no sugar.

There are concerns that the synthetic sweeteners that are being used in Diet Coke are not safe and can in fact cause some serious illnesses. These chemicals are said to be harmful to people but these concerns are still subject to more scientific and medical studies.

Summary

1. Regular Coke is sweetened with high fructose corn syrup while Diet Coke is sweetened with artificial sweeteners.
2. Regular Coke contains more calories while Diet Coke contains less.
3. Regular Coke has a stronger taste while Diet Coke is bland.
4. Regular Coke is sweet because of its fructose content while Diet Coke is less sweet because it has no sugar.
5. Regular Coke is suited for those who are not watching their weights while Diet Coke is suited for those who are wary of gaining additional weight.


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6 Comments

  1. i think this is kinda interesting (i like sugar by the way)

  2. I didn’t know you could gain weight just by drinking coke.
    It’s not for fatasses i guess

  3. I recommend that coke should be drunken every once in a while because drinking coke alot can kill you.

  4. thankyou soo muchh…m a waiter soo gonna b soo helpful 4 mee

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