Dear Huffington Post
You know our mutually beneficial relationship, and it’s appreciated. Your readers are super intelligent. That’s why this well-written post is surprising. They already know this stuff.
They know real saturated fat is good for the human body.
They know that choosing low fat foods could mean chemical substitutions.
Your readers pay attention to trends.
They understand that ‘low-fat diet fads’ were popular during the years obesity rates skyrocketed.
Yogurt makers and shops have empathy, and they serve what people choose to consume.We all make choices. When I chose to replace the taste of sweet with a healthier lifestyle, my jeans size dropped from 36 to 28.
The information in this post may seem redundant and judgmental to your intelligent readers. They’re successful, busy with a fulfilled life and they make their own decisions.
I understand that you’re simply trying to help them discover the benefits that come from making permanent life-habit changes.
They are strong, independent and if they want to pleasure themselves with fro yo, please remember to be sensitive to their feelings.
In my view, you’re not being judgmental, you’ve simply added another genius marketing concept.
You’ve listened to the three people that were unaware that some stuff can be bad for the human body. Thank you for your compassion on that micro niche.
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