Coca Cola: Helping Families Get Fat

Coca Cola: Helping Families Get Fat

Anyone who has been a part of Fooducate’s community for more than a few weeks, has heard us say more than once that weight loss is first and foremost about calorie intake (food). Exercise is important for many reasons, but … Continue reading

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New Study Confirms: Consumption of Sugary Drinks Increases Risk of Heart Disease

New Study Confirms: Consumption of Sugary Drinks Increases Risk of Heart Disease

Scientists at UC Davis conducted an interesting study with the participation of 85 young healthy adults. During a two week trial, participants drank a daily dose of soft drinks and had their blood tested. The participants were divided into groups … Continue reading

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Fairlife Milk by Coca Cola – 8 Things to Know

Fairlife Milk by Coca Cola – 8 Things to Know

Since earlier this year, the Coca Cola company has been quietly testing a new beverage product in test markets. No, it’s not a new carbonated drink, juice, or otherwise flavored water. This time, Coke has gone to the beverage with … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Not to Trust Coke & Pepsi’s Calorie Reduction Pledge

6 Reasons Not to Trust Coke & Pepsi’s Calorie Reduction Pledge

Bill Clinton, junk food loving President turned vegan advocate, brought the 3 largest soft drink makers together this week to pledge what seems like a drastic reduction in calories in the coming years. Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Dr. Pepper Snapple committed … Continue reading

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Why is the Coca Cola Company Being Sued Again?

Why is the Coca Cola Company Being Sued Again?

Big food and beverage companies have increasingly become the target of class-action lawsuits. While victories end up with very small earnings for individual consumers, the big winners are usually the representing law firms, making millions of dollars in legal fees. … Continue reading

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Coke for Wall Street Vs. Coke for Nutritionists

Coke for Wall Street Vs. Coke for Nutritionists

If you really want to understand what food companies are doing on the health front, don’t go to nutrition conferences or read their PR aimed at dietitians. Read the reports they send out to Wall Street. You’ll be surprised how … Continue reading

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Why is Coca Cola Being Sued This Time?

Why is Coca Cola Being Sued This Time?

The last few years have been good for lawyers looking to make some money from class action lawsuits against the food industry. Hey, it’s the American way! The FDA’s lack of definition for the word natural is an opportunity that … Continue reading

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In 20 Years, We Won’t Believe Junk Food Companies Once Sponsored Dietitians

In 20 Years, We Won’t Believe Junk Food Companies Once Sponsored Dietitians

Earlier this week, we attended the annual dietitian conference known as FNCE (Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo), organized by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly known as the American Dietetic Association). Aside from interesting educational sessions, there is … Continue reading

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Nothing Smart About Smart Water

Nothing Smart About Smart Water

Did you catch the giant billboard ads of beautiful Jennifer Aniston pushing Smart Water? We saw one the other day and started to think that the only smart thing about this water, is the fact that Coca Cola, the parent … Continue reading

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Hot Soda!

Hot Soda!

While most Americans want their soft drinks served ice cold, in other parts of the world, this is not always the case. Canada Dry, a brand from the Coca Cola Company, is planning to release a ginger ale product in … Continue reading

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