Is drinking Propel bad for me?
ADA recommends calorie-free beverages such as water, unsweetened teas or coffee for eople with diabetes. Diet drinks and low-calorie drink mixes are also good options. It is best to avoid regular soda, fruit punch, energy drinks, sweet tea, and other beverages containing added sugars.
Propel Zero is now the only brand of Propel on the market. Pepsico recently discontinued their production of regular Propel, which was sweetened with sugar and had 10 calories and 2 grams of carbohydrate per serving. The new Propel Zero has zero calories and carbohdyrates per serving and is sweetened using artificial sweeteners. It is a much better choice when compared to the other sugar-sweetened beverages listed above.
If you are trying to stop drinking Diet Coke because of the caffeine, Propel would be a better choice because is it caffeine-free.
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