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An Easy Fit: Try Diet Coke Plus

Multitaskers, take note: Diet Coke Plus has all the great taste you expect from Diet Coke, and essential vitamins and minerals.

What’s in it for you? The convenience and refreshing taste of Diet Coke along with vitamin B3, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, zinc, and magnesium. Whatever’s happening during your day, you can grab one, get going, and get essential nutrients.


Try Diet Coke Plus in 20-oz. bottles and 12-can fridge packs. Learn more about Diet Coke Plus, and thanks to our friends at Diet Coke Plus for sponsoring this post.


To watch an ad for Diet Coke Plus,

© 2008 The Coca-Cola Company. Diet Coke Plus is a registered trademark of The Coca-Cola Company.

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Infois Infois 7 years
A good website to try a diet with a free trial is dietreviewworld.com they will help you get started, they might allow dietcoke in your diet.
brutalcupcake brutalcupcake 8 years
But isn't soda bad for you?
Mmmarshmallow Mmmarshmallow 8 years
So SO disappointed to see this post here. Fail. Fail a meeeeeeellion times.
squeezypie squeezypie 8 years
Fail.
brian brian 8 years
Thanks for all the great comments. We are constantly learning about ways to engage our readers and advertisers.
scottdavis0676 scottdavis0676 8 years
THis ad seems a bit incongruous with the other health related information. I will occasionally indulge in a Pepsi (few and far between). However, now water is the beverage of choice. In addition to promoting osteoporosis, soft drinks send insulin levels through the roof. Take a can of Pepsi or Coke and pour it on a bumper than contains a sizeable amount of rust. Watch what happens LOL! The rust will dissipate. No imagine that same erosion occuring with your teeth and in your gut. Not so thirsty after all, at least not for soda I bet.
aSLAMMINhottie aSLAMMINhottie 8 years
Ok y'all i agree that this is in bad taste but I don't see how attacking fitsugar is fair; it's not fit's personal network, and considering the integrity found throughout the site, probably not fit's personal choice to put it up. With the negative response I'm guessing (read: hoping) they'll reevaluate, but unfortunately these sites do provide jobs for people and aren't run by the writers.
zebeckras zebeckras 8 years
Haha, I love the readers here :) Diet Coke is my one indulgence but I have always agreed that DC Plus sounds like a big ol' scam. Seeing posts here that are sponsored by DC make me go "huh?" b/c in general Fit has a great sense of integrity... which is why I'm relieved that she didn't post this, even if she did let someone else do it. "Advertorial". I guess you have to stay in business somehow... I'm just glad that the folks who read this actually pay attention and DC can take its pseudo-good-for-you stuff elsewhere maybe? (Like I said - it's my indulgence - but I'm not going to kid myself that it has any actual health benefits. Yeesh.)
bushra bushra 8 years
omg clarient, i'll never go for sweeteners or drink coke ever again!
ditorres ditorres 8 years
so where's fit's response? I'm curious to read what her thought process was in regards to this post/advertorial. Insane ...
orisugar orisugar 8 years
ok even if it is an "advertorial" Fit sugar is obviously endorsing it by putting it up there in sucha a prime spot.
orisugar orisugar 8 years
Wow..i'm really surprised to see this ad(i won't even call it a blog post)..I was just telling a friend that the Sugar network has tons of integrity and gives honoest opinions on products. :(
leelow13 leelow13 8 years
Seriously???? What a sell out!
designergirl designergirl 8 years
I'm disappointed that the Fitsugar would promote this unnatural, processed, and unhealthy product. Though it might say "advertorial", it looks too much like a post.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I pass on all soda.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I pass on all soda.
Spy-Kitty Spy-Kitty 8 years
I'm going to go against the grain and say this doesn't bother me. The post is clearly marked "advertorial," so I know what I'm getting into and can read and/or dismiss the post at will. If advertorials help sustain a website with great free content, I can accept them. It is interesting to see that it's created such a strong reaction in readers, though.
andrennabird andrennabird 8 years
The worst thing about this advetorial is that it has the look of a regular FitSugar post. It's deceiving because we as readers are led to believe that FitSugar wrote that and is advocating that product. The post should have been more conspicuously an ad. Perhaps a different color background or something to further distinguish it. Otherwise it's just plain deceptive, and I don't like it.
andrennabird andrennabird 8 years
The worst thing about this advetorial is that it has the look of a regular FitSugar post. It's deceiving because we as readers are led to believe that FitSugar wrote that and is advocating that product. The post should have been more conspicuously an ad. Perhaps a different color background or something to further distinguish it. Otherwise it's just plain deceptive, and I don't like it.
emily-violet emily-violet 8 years
GROSS
emily-violet emily-violet 8 years
GROSS
GeorgiaCharlotte GeorgiaCharlotte 8 years
Um, what? I was happy when I stopped seeing posts sponsored by twix and thought you had listened to your readers, but perhpas I was wrong.
sarasonne sarasonne 8 years
Tried this as a sample at a grocery store. So glad I didn't pay for it because it tasted like CRAP. Really, it was terrible. I'll still to the occassional regular coke, fruits and veggies, and my daily Centrum, thank you.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Whoa a full out ad! I understand that you gotta do what you gotta do. Advertising brings revenue which allows the site to flourish and have more resources to provide more useful info. And I would bet that some Fit readers actually drink soda, so why not direct them to something that is trying to be healthier than regular diet soda. But doesn't the fact that these vitamins are in soda with other additives that may prevent absorb of the added vitamins negate the effect of the vitamins? I know soda can leech or stop the body from absorbing vitamins so adding vitamins to soda would because be moot and pointless - at least that's my thought.
vanillakokakola vanillakokakola 8 years
Congratulations, you've lost my respect, as well as the respect of many other members.
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