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Sofia Vergara poses completely nude for ‘Women’s Health”

Sofia Vergara is the star of September’s “naked” issue of Women’s Health magazine. 

“Here’s a woman, 45, being able to show her body,” the “Modern Family” actress said of her feature. “It’s not like before, when it was just young girls who would make the cover of a magazine.”

According to the magazine’s editor in chief, Amy Keller Laird, the team at Women’s Health wanted to find a cover star who would appeal to a global audience ― as the issue will appear on stands across five continents, in 15 countries ― and be empowering.

“The goal is to show really confident, strong women in their own skin,” Keller Laird said, per Women’s Wear Daily. “Step one was finding someone who would resonate around the world, and there’s only a few people who do that.” 

 

Vergara, born in Colombia and named to Forbes’ list of top-earning international stars last year, was one of those people. And while the naked issue might seem like it’s focused on physicality, nakedness, for the magazine, is a broader concept. 

“We are looking at nakedness not just literally and physically, but mentally, emotionally, metaphorically,” Laird added. “We wanted to make sure to take the concept and not be utterly cheesy about it.”

As for Vergara, she’s at a stage in life in which she’s embracing change. 

“I’m 45,” she told the magazine. “Even if you want to, at this time in your life, you can’t be perfect. It’s not that you hate it, or that you’re upset about it, but it is our reality.” So she’s not striving for something unrealistic. “We’re changing. I see it happening to me. I want to look my age, but I want to look great. I think if you are obsessed with this ‘I want to look younger’ thing, you’re going to go crazy.”

 

 

 

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    Healthy?? Coca Cola

    Coke is now adding fiber to drinks to try and convince people to buy soda again

    by Kate Taylor – Business Insider

    Coca-Cola now sells a soda with added fiber.

    Coca-Cola Plus rolled out in Japan in February. The company reportedly spent more than a decade researching and developing the drink, which is sugar-free, calorie-free, and contains 5 grams of dietary fiber in each bottle.

    “We’re looking to add functional beverages,” CEO John Quincy said on a call with media on Tuesday. The company is rolling out Coca-Cola Plus and Canada Dry Plus as part of a “fast-growing segment where ingredients are added to beverages to address specific dietary needs.”

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    The company didn’t reveal plans to sell Coca-Cola Plus in the US anytime soon.

    The beverage giant is desperately looking to grow sparkling drink sales as soda consumption slumps, and executives are hoping that healthier reformulated versions of Coca-Cola could do the trick.

    “Consumers, even the same person… want less sugar at one point, more caffeine, less caffeine [at other times,]” Quincy said. Coca-Cola, he said, “can actually have multiple objectives in the same reformulation. You can… improve the taste, and reduce the added sugar, and add a new fruit juice or some other ingredients.”

    Most of Coca-Cola’s reformulations have created successful new beverage brands simply by cutting sugar or calories from pre-existing drinks. For example, the company reported that the revamped Coca-Cola Zero Sugar experienced double-digit growth in the last quarter, after growing 9% by volume in 2016.

    Revamping well-known brands can be a tricky business, though. The 1985 reformulation of Coca-Cola that resulted in “New Coke” was one of the most catastrophic decisions in the company’s history.

    Now, Coca-Cola’s reformulations are used as extra variations on the core brand, instead of replacements for a classic Coke. Coca-Cola Plus will never replace Coca-Cola, but instead serve as yet another option, alongside brands such as Diet Coke, Coke Zero Sugar, and Coke Life.

    Crafting a healthier version of Coke could be key to saving Coca-Cola’s soda business. While Coca-Cola grew its sparkling soft drink revenue last quarter, by volume, global soft drink sales fell by 1%.

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