What is the downside to coke zero?!

Question: What is the downside to coke zero!?
They are advertising it as a 'healthy' beverage, but I am not so sure that anything coming from coke would be healthy!. Apparently there is no sugar etc!., but what is in it instead!?
What is the downside!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

Coke Zero contains Sucralose, not aspartame!. Sucralose (Splenda) is made from sugar and chlorine!. There are no determined side effects (yet)!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

The downside is definately the artificial sweetners such as aspartamine and aceselfume k (check spelling) they are really bad for you if you have a lot of it!. Aspartame causing eye problems, headaches, muscle and joint problems, causes dependecy on itself, in other words you can become somewhat "hooked" on it, it gives you a bit of a lift with a huge downfall and is bad for anyone suffering from severe depression as well as causing people who have ADD to feel worse!.!.!.!.

So yea, don't drink it, rather have the normal coke ONCE IN A WHILE :)Www@FoodAQ@Com

you may already know this, but do not drink coke 0(or any other coke brands) while eating mentos(any kind as well)!. i heard there is kind of chemical reaction which can kill you!. if you are curious, try putting mentos in a bottle of coke!. black is actually not my color, i do not drink coke 0!.(this is out of the topic, isn't it!?)Www@FoodAQ@Com

does the word "aspertame" ring a bell!? google it, you may be suprised about what it actually is and what it can do to your bodyWww@FoodAQ@Com

it appears to contain harmful ingredients


!.!.!.lots of themWww@FoodAQ@Com

the downside is that it does'nt taste anything like coke!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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