Written on November 13, 2012 at 2:00 pm , by Samantha Shelton
When it’s time to slim down and ditch unnecessary calories, one of the first things to go is soda. After all, nixing the sugary beverage can help you drop pounds and lower your diabetes risk. Turns out the cola industry is trying harder to stay on your healthy-living radar, though. Hitting shelves today in Japan is Pepsi Special, a new drink that contains dextrin, a fiber that reportedly contributes to fat loss.
We were curious what our Twitter followers would think of the new drink, and whether or not they would guzzle it down if it ever makes its way to the States. Here’s what you have to say:
@FITNESSlauren: I’m skeptical…something seems fishy about soda and weight loss! I think I’ll stick to my seltzer with lemon.
@fitterafter50: Confessions from a carbonation addict: Maybe. I just need to kick the habit!
@LockLaces: This might be unpopular, but YES! I have a secret addiction and have to keep it out of the house at all times.
@NicolettaOnline: Are you kidding me?! No! It does too many other bad things to the body!
@KGGarner: Absolutely not! I’d rather eat REAL food that would help me lose fat!
Now you tell us: would you drink soda if it helped lower fat levels?