TikTok fitness instructor James Cappola (@j_cappola_fitcoach) has some choice words for certain food substitutes, especially the viral “Healthy Coke.”
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Cappola is a fitness coach and content creator who posts fitness tips and tricks clips while dispelling the occasional diet and exercise myth. Recently, Ella Cappola shared a video in which she talks about using meal replacements for weight loss, and viewers rave in the comments.
The clip begins with the viral TikTok video of the recipe for “a healthy alternative to a Coke.”
Suddenly, the clip shows a shot of Cappola looking skeptically at the camera while taking a deep breath.
Learning that Coca-Cola’s alternative recipe consists of a combination of balsamic vinegar and sparkling water over ice in a glass, Cappola goes about her day while internally screaming, as indicated by the on-screen text.
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The tension continues to build when Cappola returns home from work. Finally, she comes back and tells her partner that she should probably take her client out of her before launching into a “diet rage.”
“Stop doing other things, so you can have that thing,” Cappola declares before explaining that a single 140-calorie can of Coke isn’t the reason people struggle to reach their fitness goals.
“Five of these a day would stop you,” says Cappola, pointing to the Coca-Cola. “That’s a problem of habit and behavior.”
After mentioning that Diet Coke and Coke Zero are available for those who want to drink five cans a day, Cappola leaves viewers with one last hot take.
“Cauliflower pizza is not PIZZA! It’s cauliflower with cheese and sauce,” says Cappola, explaining that it’s also possible to abuse healthy foods.
Cappola closes the video by saying, “We’re all trying to make it in this world. We don’t have to do a chemistry project every time we want something.”
“Balsamic and La Croix sounds absolutely disgusting.”
Viewers took to the comments to express their opinions on the dietary issue.
“Balsamic and La Croix sounds absolutely disgusting. Eat your dressing on a salad, don’t drink it,” one user joked.
“It’s not about the calories for me. Cokes are just terrible for you, including diet drinks. Eat and drink clean, people,” one TikToker wrote.
“’The only difference between medicine and poison is the dose.’ [The] first time i heard he hit me,” one viewer shared.
While viewers had different opinions regarding diets, they all seemed to agree that balsamic vinegar with sparkling water is a combination they’d like to give up.
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