Whether you are drinking regular or diet sodas, there may be an increase in ditching the sugary pop-cola from your diet.

FOX's Alex Hein takes a look:

This is, Housecall for Health.

It's a smart move to ditch sugary drinks from your diet in order to life a healthier life, but if you're making the move from regular soda to diet soda in an effort to ditch calories, it probably won't help you much.

A new study suggests that at the end of the day, while an average can of soda packs in about 150 calories and 39 grams of sugar, you'll probably still consume the same number of total calories overall.

They're still trying to figure out why, and how bodies and brains react to calorie-free sweeteners.

But while diet soda drinkers did not indulge to excess, they did report feeling slightly hungrier before lunch than those who drank the sugary drink, but these drinkers only ate enough extra to make up for their drink's lack of calories.

The results were published in the International Journal of Obesity, and it was noted that they appear to contradict other findings that suggest swapping sugary drinks for artificially sweetened ones lead people to consume less calories.

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Housecall for Health, I'm Alex Hein, FOX News.

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