lowfashion presents: health tip by todd stadler

Saturelle presents: Health Tip

Did you know that the average cheeseburger contains 50% of the United States Recommended Daily Allowance of saturated fat? While this would be acceptable if taken along with a sensible diet to round out nutrition, the sad fact is that most Americans stop at the cheeseburger. We simply aren't getting all the saturated fat our bodies need. Even if you add a large side of fries and a milkshake to this meal, it's not enough! And foods like fruits and vegetables don't help at all, with zero - that's zero! - fat content and a whole lot of empty bulk.

Are you getting 100% of your USRDA of saturated fat? Are you tired of taking all those supplemental pills with harsh chemicals?

Try SaturelleTM, the natural saturated fat supplementSM. It's made from three of the the choicest ground chuck patties, lovingly topped with copious amounts of cheese and enough bacon to choke a horse, then smothered in our special ingredient*. And it contains no added vegetables, which can actually cause you to lose precious amounts of saturated fat via what scientists call "the cleansing effect".

Ordinary saturated fat supplements not only upset your stomach, they have a bitter taste. But saturated fat doesn't have to taste bad anymore! Saturelle comes in several enjoyable flavors! Try them all - Regular, Saturelle Plus with Chili Cheese Product for extra energy, and Tangy Processed Cheese Food TM Brand Flavor for added calcium (something your body needs anyway).

All Saturelle products now come in an easy-to-swallow form - coated with a special ingredient* that is less harsh on your digestive tract.

A diet that is low in saturated fat can have many consequences - from cramping, nausea, and decreased appetite to depression, and, in severe cases, death. Make sure you're getting enough of what your body needs. And why not do it in a natural, pleasant form? Saturelle - nature's saturated fat.


Saturelle - nature's saturated fat

* unless otherwise noted, the special ingredient is lard.

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