First there was this one:
Then I just saw this:
Geez, these commercials tick me off!
Eating non-food items like paper and cotton balls in the quest to control your appetite is a real thing -- a real disordered thing -- and these ads could be triggering to women who have strugged with eating disorders.
And yeah, the women in the ads are thin -- what's up with that?
If you are dying for an ice cream cone or a muffin, then eat them! Just have one, figure it into your eating plan for the day and move on.
Listen, I've got no problems with other Dannon yogurts -- I have a shelf full of Oikos in the fridge right now.
But like I mentioned with the ice cream cone or the muffin, if you want a Greek yogurt, eat the real thing, not some ersatz Greek yogurt that uses cornstarch and artificial sweetener.
(Better yet, go for the Stonyfield Farm Greek yogurt -- it's organic and really good. Dannon's parent company owns a majority of Stonyfield so it's in the family.)