“Brands should do more to help you achieve your summer body goals” – at least this is what this new Instagram account claims. And what does it propose? That brands should replace their logos with their real calorie count.
Have you ever wondered what is the real calorie count of that snack you have just eaten? Is it that bad? Probably.
Well now there is a funny Instagram account that will help you in your quest. @CalorieBrands wants to help you achieve your summer body goals. Or, more specifically, this Instagram account shows what brands should do: replace their logos with the real calorie count of their product.
This is obviously a spoof, but it’s a good one. And remember, on average a woman needs 1940 calories a day while a man should get at least 2550.
What will you eat first?
Check out @caloriebrands on Instagram for more.
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