Just when you thought Coke could not get any more stupid they tell you that chairs have caused the obesity problem

Just when you thought Coke could not get any more stupid they tell you that chairs have caused the obesity problem

“Coca-Cola Solves the Obesity Epidemic: The Chairs Caused It!”  An unbelievable “cigarette company inspired” act of marketing deception from Coke. 

Remember kids, you can eat any crap you like and drink toxic Coke and be healthy because the chairs are to blame for your obesity problem. 

Eat whatever you want and as long as you “stand up”. 

Then all that sugar, synthetic additives, colourings, flavourings and phosphoric acid that dissolves your bones, and directly raises your risk of diabetes, heart disease and early death, will just be burnt up in energy! 

With no damaging effects on the body! 

And you will be happy! 

And slim! 

And healthy! 

And full of energy!

Thanks Coke, I always thought you were what you ate but no, I can see that those evil chairs have been causing the problem all along… 

I am going to not care about what I eat or drink from now on and blame the chairs for my health problems.

The 81 grams of sugar in one 24 oz. bottle of Coke is the kind of superfood we all need to be drinking to combat obesity.

Thanks Philip Morris, er, British American Tobacco, er, Coke.

The new Coke advert “The chairs did it” here: Click here

A great article posted today by Nancy Huehnergarth about the advert here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nancy-huehnergarth/coca-cola-ad_b_2978916.html

The sad truth about this despicable campaign is that some people will actually believe it.  They will place all the blame for our poor health on 'sitting down' when it is one small part of the obesity problem.

Human beings have always sat down but human beings have not always drunk synthetic sugar-water in such large amounts.

As obesity expert Russell Wilder said to the American College of Physicians in 1932: “My patients lost more weight on bed rest than an exercise regime”.

Posted: Sunday 31 March 2013

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