“Even when women try to diet, they end up overeating!” says ‘healthy’ soup range

SNACKS-INDENTS The average woman consumes 146,000 ‘unintentional’ calories a year – equal to an extra TWO stone

THE average woman consumes a staggering 146,000 ‘unintentional calories’ EVERY year, new research has revealed.

A study into women’s attitudes towards health and diets has revealed the average female aims to eat 1,800 calories a day.

Source: The Sun, 7th October 2016 


In a story that also got coverage in the Daily Mail (obviously), we recently learned that even women try to eat healthily, they just can’t stop themselves over-indulging, because those poor little dears just can’t help but snack on unhealthy food, throwing the diet out of the window. If only there was a food that was tasty AND good for you, to help these addled women keep their awful cravings and terrible bodies under control:

The survey of 1,500 women, carried out by Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup, revealed 71 per cent of women have good intentions when it comes to their health – but usually end up ditching diets.

A spokesman from Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup said: “Having a bowl of Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup instead of a series of snacks-idents could make a difference.

“It’s low in fat and a whole can is only 204 calories. It’s also one of your five a day.”

Oh, well thank Heinz for that, then! I’m sure this latest coverage is guaranteed to make dieting women everywhere say a big “Thank you!” to Heinz for helping them feel good about sticking to the diets that they absolutely need to follow.