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Got a question... Does Medifast work? Is it hard to stick to? Hoping for any comment. My 2nd question... I usually drink one diet dr. pepper a day...can I still do that on this diet??.

P.s. sry if this isnt the right place to post this thread!!..

Comments (12)

Ye, however you might wanna make sure and wait for another member here to confirm this as I am unsure of myself. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the Medifast guys because they can assist you better...

Comment #1

I also drink caffeine free diet coke... I make it a habit to get all (or most) of my water in first... then my diet coke... and then have some water afterwards too. Just to make sure!.

I couldn't live without my CF diet coke!!!..

Comment #2

Not to be negative or controversial, but what exactly is the point of SF CF ANY cola? It tastes flat, has no nutritional value and not even any caffeine to help get you through the afternoon!.

I have simply never understood the point of it. If it tasted as good as the real thing, or even as good as diet, I could understand..

Honestly, the only reason I drink one Diet Pepsi a day is strictly for the caffeine in the afternoon. Just enough to get me through the remainder of my work day...

Comment #3

You sure are a piece of "work"!.

Makes no sense why you just tried to clown them about drinking "diet" soda when you yourself said you drink DIET pepsi...what a tool~!!!! LMFAO!..

Comment #4

I imagine it's personal preference. I've never noticed that caffeine free tastes any different than diet soda with caffeine...and I personally prefer diet over "regular" soda...

Comment #5

Some people like carbonated beverages. Personally carbonated.

Anything.

Burns my throat so I do not drink soda but some people enjoy it..

To each their own..

Oh... uhmmm... I do find champagne bubbles to be tolerable..

Comment #6

Oh I know it is. I've tried the CF free stuff and it was just flat and tasteless. If I'm going to fill my body with something that is nothing but chemicals and not particularly good for me to begin with, then by heck I'm going to get SOMETHING (caffeine) out of it..

I just don't get the product. Then again, I don't get the WF marshmallow goo either. <laffin>..

Comment #7

Diet Caffeine Free Dr. Pepper is the bomb. Definitely not flat; if anything it's EXTRA carbonated. But Diet Caffeeine Free Pepsi is...flat flat flat...

Comment #8

Flat or not, I'm still going to be drinking it...I've been drinking Diet all my life (see how well it works, LOL LOL ) so the regular tastes too surgary for me. I am also going to try to Dr. Pepper!! Sounds good...

Comment #9

No caffeine, not worth the effort for me to try. hehe. I'm really not a huge soda person. I drink 1 a day. As I said, if I'm going to drink it I better get something for the effort!..

Comment #10

I have been very surprised, I have been a D. Pepsi aholic for years now with the strawberry lemonade enhancer, since it has caffeine in it, I haven't had any in almost a week, and I don't miss it. I will still have one occasionally I'm sure but I just don't need it now, I drink much more water...

Comment #11

I could drink Diet Pepsi by the gallon. And I probably used to LOL. But like you, I am using the strawberry lemonade enhancers and they definitely have a kick...

Comment #12

I was actually pretty surprised by it, I just kind of lost the taste for it and now on those occasions when I want one I think I really enjoy it more anyway, and I have it in the house, I just don't crave it like I used to. Wow, a healthy lifestyle change!!!..

Comment #13


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