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2 Tasty Soft Drinks That Help Fight Belly Flab!

By Rob Poulos...

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Alright, now cutting out soft drinks (even diet-soft drinks) is probably the best thing you can do for your health, and for fat loss right now.  We’ve had readers lose 10-15 pounds in just a couple weeks after just dropping the calorie and sugar bursting sodas… and changing NOTHING else!

But as much as I love the taste of pure ice water, sometimes we all like to flavor it up a notch…

…the problem is those money grubbing food manufacturers are packing almost all of the  so-called ‘healthy’ low-cal or no-cal drinks out there with health-robbing, belly-bursting artificial sweeteners!

So I know you’re going to be excited to try 2 of my favorite ‘go to’ drinks that taste amazing, yet still help you fight away belly flab:

#1: 0 Calorie Sobe Lifewater

Alright, so this one isn’t technically a soft-drink!  Most of the flavored waters out there are either loaded with sugar or artificial sweeteners. Most of Sobe’s offerings are loaded with sugar too, but their 0 Calorie Lifewater line is both delicious, AND sweetened with all-natural Stevia… Suhweet!

They seem to be really catching on because they’ve got several different flavors now, which my whole family is really digging.

Highly recommend… you can find them in most grocery/convenience stores these days, and if not, you can order them right online from Amazon here.

#2: Zevia Soft Drinks

I think you’re going to be shocked when you take your first sip of this soft drink sweetened with Stevia… not only because it helps you fight fat, but because it tastes so close to the ‘real’ sugar loaded soft drinks!

I mean, this stuff is THAT good.  It’s like nature’s answer to diet soda…

…and they have it all… a cola, root beer, dr. pepper, sprite, black cherry, grape, orange etc.  This one’s going to be a bit harder to find at your local store, though larger chains like Whole Foods carries it.

You can also get it right on Amazon here.

Alright, so those are my top 2 favorite tasty soft drinks that help keep the belly fat away, and still keep your taste buds raging with flavor…

do you have any favorites?  Share ’em with us below in the comments, and let us know how you like these two once you’ve given them a go!

Enjoy and we’ll talk soon

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Jayne

    Do you have the soda stream in the US? I fizz up my water and squeeze lemon juice straight from the lemon into it. Tastes better than a junky soda in the can! And very refreshing :). The bubbles are what I miss most from commercial soft drink but this is better for my health and my pocket.

  2. Jeff Bell

    If you are drinking these drinks and not finding yourself gaining weight from them, then it is likely that your other healthy weight practices are strong enough and significant enough to prevent any weight gain.

    Although stevia does not have any toxic effects that are known, and although it even seems to have some health benefits, it still is subject to a phenomenon known as the “cephallic effect”. Just about anything that tastes sweet is. Very few people know about this.

    Many people do not want to hear this, so they ignore it. But for those whose insulin levels are not stable, or who may be really struggling to get to or maintain a healthy weight, this information is truly crucial. So I hope this comment will help get it to those who need it.

    To your health!
    Jeff Bell

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Jeff good post… we are not suggesting you replace water with stevia based drinks, but use them for a little kick now and again… Balancing a healthy lifestyle with one that also lets you have some fun is tricky for most folks, and drinks like these can help bridge the gap from being addicted to sugar laded drinks and/or artificial sweetened beverages.

  3. Bruce

    I’m no chemist or nutritionist, but in my battle with sugar I’ve found what I believe to be a great help. It’s a 0 calorie sweetener called Ideal (brand name). It contains Xylitol. Old guys like me will remember that Xylitol came on the scene as the sweetener in the first sugar-free chewing gums. I think that was in the 60’s, but then us old guys have trouble remembering things accurately! Anyway, for those of us who like our tea and coffee sweet, it’s really groovy! 😉 It REALLY does taste like sugar – even more than Stevia or any of the other new artificial sweeteners out there. They have a website: http://www.idealsweet.com – I hope you’ll check it out and tell me if it is as health as it is good-tasting. The only problem with it so far is, that the only place I can find it locally is Food Lion. None of the other grocers carry it as of now, but I’m working on that.

  4. Irene

    These are OK in moderation. Stevia has been found to have a glycemic load also….darn…

    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Irene thanks for pointing this out… though I hope you understand the difference between drinking something with stevia instead of 180 calories of sugar or artificial sweetener.

  5. Angelene Schutt


    These sound fantastic!! As an insulin dependant diabetic, I was wondering if these products are available in Australia yet? If so who would be a stockist? I would really appreciate an answer as I have tried to cut out all artificial sweetners out of my diet so you can imagine how difficult it has been.


  6. monica

    I used to drink Sobe lifewater until I turned the bottle around and read the nutrition facts: with 6g carbs per serving and 2.5 servings per bottle I come up with 24 calories per serving/60 per bottle. It may not seem like a lot but a bottle(or more) a day adds up and does not live up to it’s 0 calorie claim!

    • Rob Poulos

      The carbohydrates come from the sugar alcohol erythritol. Since they’re mostly indigestible, like fiber, sugar alcohols don’t contribute to the overall calorie content.

  7. I’ve been wondering how long it would take for some good substitutes for sweet drinks would come out with Stevia. I wish they’d do the same with xylitol, for it has been proven to improve your teeth and gums.

  8. Kevin Campbell

    as I have stopped drinking my cherished Dr. Peppers while on FBF, I found myself tired of good ole water. We ran across a new product called MIO, and it is fantastic! There is about 5 flavors, and they have no calories and no sugars. You just squirt some into your water and voila! You can make the taste as light or as heavy as you want. By the way, I have lost 23 lbs. in 41 days, thanks to the 100 meal recipe book. The meals are awesome!

  9. Lee Ensminger


    I’m curious to know what you think about the relatively new Propel Zero. I love the kiwi-strawberry flavor and drink it all the time, but I’d like your take on it.


    • Rob Poulos

      Hey Lee, Propel Zero unfortunately uses artificial sweeteners like most of the 0 cal waters out there… I do not recommend it

  10. mark houghton

    this website and product are very good.The website explains in detail what is in the product which is very helpful.An there is a variety of flavours which is very good aswell.

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