Coke keeps you thin alright, but not coca-cola.
I have to say in complete honesty, this is about how I use coca cola (as an adult)
Don't get it very often, but here and there it is nice to have one of those small serving cans (90 cals) as a break. Even a full can today is only about 150 cal. That isn't a lot of calories (think about how much food you actually get in of those 100 calorie "smart packs" for many snacks).
A heck of a lot better (calwise) than, say, two cookies or a muffin or just about any snack in an honest portion.
I do remember really liking coca cola as a kid, and would easily drink a full can. I was no match for the industrial formulation scientists, and am reasonably certain that a lot of childhood obesity can be traced to the sugar in coke.
In any case, my point is that a small can of coke isn't a terribly unreasonable thing calorie-wise for most adults. Yes fiber, satiety and all that....I think that a lot of times a short burst of sweetness is a better hold-you-over snack than popular nutrition culture says it is (to me, at least).
What pops up as related videos should be a wall poster.
|Binro the Heretic |
Yeah, but that was a 6oz bottle with less sugar (cane sugar, at that) and a higher level of caffeine.
|The Mothership |
'personal size bottle' is half what a can is today. So this commercial's actually accurate, I would totally drink a coke a day if it were 75 calories and made with sugar and not HFCS.
cause that corn syrup is bad for you:
|Robin Kestrel |
They had to cut at :37 because she belched.
|Billy the Poet |
But WINE keeps you DRUNK.
I bet if people from this time saw today's advertising they'd be frightened.
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