‘Healthy Coke’ pattern: TikTok health coach James Cappola just isn’t a fan

TikTok health teacher James Cappola (@j_cappola_fitcoach) has some alternative phrases for sure meals substitutes, particularly the viral “healthy Coke.” 

Cappola is a health coach and content material creator who posts clips that includes health tips and methods whereas dispelling the occasional food regimen and train fable. Recently, Cappola shared a video through which he sounds off on utilizing meals substitutes to shed some pounds, and viewers are sounding off within the feedback. 

The clip opens with the viral TikTok video of the recipe for “a healthy alternative to a Coke.”

Suddenly, the clip cuts to a shot of Cappola trying skeptically on the digicam whereas taking a deep breath. 

Upon studying that the choice Coke recipe consists of a mixture of balsamic vinegar and glowing water over ice in a glass, Cappola goes about his day whereas screaming internally, as indicated by the on-screen textual content. 

The stress continues to construct as Cappola heads house after work. Finally, he returns and tells his accomplice she ought to most likely take her shopper outdoors earlier than launching right into a “diet-irade.”

“Stop making things other things, so you can have that thing,” Cappola declares earlier than explaining {that a} single 140 calorie can of Coke just isn’t why folks wrestle to satisfy their health objectives. 

“Five of these a day would hold you back,” Cappola says, pointing on the Coke. “That’s a habit and behavioral issue.” 

After mentioning that Diet Coke and Coke Zero can be found for these wishing to drink 5 cans every day, Cappola leaves viewers with one final scorching take. 

“Cauliflower pizza is not PIZZA! It’s cauliflower with cheese and sauce,” Cappola asserts, explaining that it’s attainable to overindulge in wholesome meals, too. 

Cappola closes the video by saying, “We’re all trying to make it in this world. We don’t have to make a chemistry project every time we want something.”

“Balsamic and La Croix sounds absolutely foul.”

Viewers took to the feedback to voice their opinions on the dietary matter. 

“Balsamic and La Croix sounds absolutely foul. Eat your dressing on a salad, don’t drink it,” one person joked. 

“It’s not about the calories for me. Cokes are just terrible for you, including diet drinks. Eat and drink clean, people,” wrote one TikToker. 

“‘The only difference between medicine and poison is dosage.’ [The] first time I heard that it hit me,” one viewer shared. 

While viewers had totally different opinions relating to diets, everybody appeared to agree that balsamic vinegar with glowing water is a mixture they’d wish to forgo.

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