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Coca-Cola funds anti-diet weight loss agenda: No exercise causes fat, not sugar - Grand Rapids News | Examiner.com

Research is finding more links between consumption of sugary snacks and beverages and obesity. Now Coca-Cola funds an anti-diet weight loss agenda aimed at teaching people that lack of exercise causes fat, not sugar. CBS News reported August 11, that Coca-Cola provided $1.5 million in seed money for a non-profit Global Energy Balance Network. The goal ostensibly is to promote fitness, but in so doing, it downplays the role of diet in weight problems. No, no silly Coke, it's exercise you can skip, NOT diet. Says the girl who lost 100 pounds WITHOUT exercising. Left is me in 2010. Right is me 2014. Read onCoca-Cola funds anti-diet weight loss agenda: No exercise causes fat, not sugar



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