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Hard to believe it's been over thirty years since one of the greatest moments in bad ideas. Yes, way back in April, 1985
Coke released Coca-Cola Life and Pepsi has Pepsi Next. Both products eliminate the use of high fructose corn syrup and use stevia as a sweetener instead of artificial sweeteners. There is somehow the confusion that just because something uses real sugar, or cane sugar that it automatically becomes like a health elixir. They're far from it.
Don't listen to Warren Buffet. Well, maybe consider his wealth management strategies, but please, for the love of your long-term health, ignore anything this man has to say about your diet.
The food industry is notoriously misleading, undeniably corrupt, and has the one of the largest revenue streams in the world. Coca Cola has lobbyists in Washington, and the meat industry makes no bones about being in bed with the political process. Despite our leaps and bounds in medical science, why can't we effectively tackle the obesity epidemic?
Taste the Feeling is Coca-Cola's newest global campaign that hopes to capture the hearts and minds of a younger generation. Although the brand has been under a dark cloud of increasing scrutiny due to an ever-increasing and health-conscious public, Coca-Cola is resilient. And iconic.
Coca Cola Middle East has removed its famous name from their cans to promote a world without labels. Leaving only their signature
As with so many trends, the strategy of Eating Clean has turned a dangerous corner and folks are now questioning if this too is prompting a new eating disorder called orthorexia, a term coined by Dr. Steven Bratman in 1997. According to this American, orthorexia nervosa is an unhealthy obsession with eating "proper" food.
Coca-Cola is getting serious about Canadians’ calorie count. The soft-drink maker is making the Canadian recipe “slightly