Diet Coke gets sexy garcinia cambogia sweet Chantal Thomass design
Oz says diet sodas ruin your metabolism and inhibit weight loss.Joe Raedle/Getty Images Dr. 16. While many overweight people drink diet sodas to cut down on calorie consumption, the ones who drank diet soda actually ate a lot more than non-drinkers. Although overweight and obese adults who drink diet soda eat a comparable amount of total calories as heavier adults who drink sugary beverages, they consume significantly more calories from solid food at both meals and snacks, Sara Bleich, lead author of the study, said in a statement. “If you consume artificial sweeteners, it makes the brain think you are less satiated or full, and as a result you eat more.” Dr. Bleich is an associate professor at the Bloomberg School health policy department at Johns Hopkins University. Bleich and her research http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html team at Johns Hopkins analyzed the diets of participants in the 1999-2010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
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View gallery The new Chantal Thomass Diet Coke can echoes the motifs of the French lingerie designer’s sexy u In its latest designer collaboration, Diet Coke has teamed up with French lingerie designer Chantal Thomass for a chic and sexy limited edition can, available in France. Arriving in French stores in time for Valentine’s Day, the new Coca-Cola Light can is perfectly suited to the season, with its seductive lingerie motif designed by Chantal Thomass. The women’s underwear specialist has created a glamorous design featuring black lace and a heart-shaped ribbon. Diet Coke has partnered with an impressive roster of designers. In 2013, the soft drink celebrated its 30th anniversary with Marc Jacobs, who followed in the footsteps of world-famous designers such as Jean-Paul Gaultier and Nathalie Rykiel. Even Karl Lagerfeld has designed a can for the company. An aluminum bottle designed by Chantal Thomass, arriving in French stores next April, will complete the line.
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