Don't Worry Blog: Advertising
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When we are dieting, we want to stop thinking about food, because we want to eat less. But this makes us focus even more on food. Not helpful.
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You may believe you choose what you eat and drink. But the fabulously skilled marketers working for Big Food producers make the decisions for you.
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Research shows that 20% of articles in women's health and fitness magazines are devoted to body shaping and weight loss.
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There is huge social pressure on women in particular to be slim, even though we come in all shapes and sizes.
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There is huge pressure on us these days to fit in with the current fashionable shape.
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See it, want it, eat it. Advertisers benefit from this by showing us appetising foods with lots of happy people enjoying them.
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A current telly advert is encouraging a Good Mother to feed her family even though they have said they are not hungry. Sometimes I despair!
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Hunger and appetite are similar but not the same. The drivers within the body are different.
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The combination of fat and sugar or fat and salt really hits the spot. Delicious. Find out why are they so irresistible?
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Research keeps linking watching telly with gaining weight. Now why is that?
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There's an ad for Special K in Glasgow Central Station which has taken my notice.
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The June 2010 edition of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association includes an interesting study reviewing food commercials on TV in the US.
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