Really? Eating at Taco Bell for health?!?!
Then I saw the commercial. Oh gracious!
Now, I will give it to the commercial and the website in that they specifically state results are not typical and the "drive-thru-diet" is not a weight loss program. Yet, they use the term "diet" which is widely thought of as a means to lose weight. Are they using doublespeak to confuse folks? Methinks so.
Let's dissect this a bit more.
- 7 of the 9 items are under 9 grams of fat. More specifically they are 7-8 grams of fat with 2 of them being 4 and 4.5.
- the average amount of sodium is 910(mgs) - what happens if you add sauce?
- the 2 items with the least amount of fat has the least amount of fiber (2 gms)
Additionally, what else did Christine do?
All in all, this seems like false advertisement to me. Just a means of getting more customers when a lot of folks pledge to lose weight.