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Quitting Diet Coke™ as your superpower? Never underestimate the power of a quitter! We’ve got journalist, writer and podcaster Abby Ellin to weigh in on having an addiction to the drink, and what quitting means to her health and empowerment. Plus, laughs. Join us!
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RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links)
Abby Ellin, Health Journalist/Writer/Podcaster
- I Was Powerless Over Diet Coke™, nyt.com
- Abby Ellin website
- Abby Ellin’s podcast, Impostors Season 2: The Commander
- Replica of a Dr Pepper Clock – 10, 2 and 4
- New Brain Imaging Study Provides Support For Notion of Food Addiction, sciencedaily.com
- Evidence For Sugar Addiction: Behavioral and Neurochemical Effects of Intermittent, Excessive Sugar Intake, sciencedirect.com
- The Real Reason Diet Coke Cravings Are So Powerful, mashed.com
- Artificial Sweeteners: Sugar-Free But at What Cost? health.harvard/edu
- Taco Bell, Trehalose, and the Trend of Transparency, foodbusinessnews.net
- Five Reasons the Diet Soda Myth Won’t Die, nyt.com
- Quitzilla app
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