Fabulous Lady Diet Food

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This is one of those rare instances where I can learn nothing on the internet about an old-time product. I suspect it was simply a forerunner of such drinks as Metrecal. If anyone can discover the secret ingredients of this drink, or even more press about it, they will be a master sleuth!

Original ad here.

Posted By: Paul - Thu Oct 20, 2016
Category: 1950s, Women, Dieting and Weight Loss





Comments
1,050 calories per day is a little rougher than just a "serious dieter".
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 10/20/16 at 08:27 AM
If it was the Rockefeller diet in a can (and it sounds like it was), it could be this:

6 tablespoons dextrose
10 oz. evaporated milk
1 oz. corn oil
8 oz. water

https://www.seleneriverpress.com/images/pdfs/ROCKEFELLER_REDUCING_DIET_with_comments_by_ROYAL_LEE.pdf
Posted by Alex on 10/20/16 at 08:55 AM
Good catch, Alex!
Posted by Paul on 10/20/16 at 10:19 AM
Some years ago a friend who was trying to lose some extra pounds at the time would not take my advice to engage in more exercise and cut out the fast food from his diet. Like most Americans he chose the route of paying a not small price for some weird substance that you see on late night infomercials.

After a few days of eating the pills and not getting the results that were claimed by the celebrity spokesmodel, he asked what I thought about it and how much weight he should expect to lose.

I replied, "How much does a twenty dollar bill weigh?"
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 10/20/16 at 11:40 AM
Stuff for weight control and better sex always sells, for a lot. To be honest I always liked my lady friends to have some nice rounded edges to hold on to. They also seemed more frisky.
Posted by Gator Guy in The Great Swamp on 10/20/16 at 06:33 PM
No one wants to ride on an ironing board.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 10/21/16 at 01:37 PM







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