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LHD 017: How to Stop Drinking Soda: Awesome Steps for Success
The bottom line is you have to drink fluids every day to stay hydrated and healthy. It’s your choice whether you drink empty calories and chemicals or something healthier.
In this LifehackrDiet podcast episode, I show you three easy strategies for slowly weaning yourself off of soda and discovering healthier options that you enjoy.




  • Two out of three adults and one out of three children in the United States are overweight or obese and sugar sweetened soda is a major contributor to this problem.
  • Diet soda is calorie-free, but it won’t necessarily help you lose weight.
  • Health authorities commonly recommend eight 8-ounce glasses (8×8 rule).
  • Water is a necessity, but it is also a tool that you can use to reach your goals.
  • I had to figure out a way to slowly reduce my psychological dependence on “sweetness” and the addictive feeling of the “sparkling” carbonation in sodas.
  • A simple strategy of reducing your dependence on the sweet taste of sugar and diet sodas.
  • How to empower yourself to save money and drink healthier soda beverages (Spritzers) plus have less of an environmental impact…
  • Paul had a problem: he doesn’t like to drink plain water because it “feels” and “tastes” so dull. Find out how that is still the case but he loves drinking flavorful water with lots of “mouth feel.”
  • What is an “Infused Water”, how to make them and why they are so AWESOME!!!

Plus more great tips.





By quitting soda, you will stop consuming wasted calories and unnecessary chemicals that get in the way of you losing weight and regaining your wellness.


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