This Old Radio Ad Demonstrates Why America is Full of Diabetics!

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  • Andre Patterson says:

    Thanks for sharing

  • Mary Humphrey says:

    A penny of energy that can eventually drive you to the doctor’s office. 😊 Thanks for blessing us with your helpful videos, Dennis.

  • safffff1000 says:

    My Vietnamese friends would make soup with all those cut pieces, I loved the soup but hate trying to eat the chicken.

  • Brenda Hunter says:

    Remember Mary Poppins singing “just a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down”

  • Rich Boch says:

    thanks. lately I’ve been listening to lots of1940s music too. especially the Glenn Miller band.

  • Dave says:

    coasting on in πŸ™‚

  • DanK says:

    I can just see that Jamaican guy chopping up that chicken saying here’s your cheap chicken bones and all. Chop chop chopπŸ˜‚

  • Miss Kacey says:

    Rotisserie Chicken usually has sugar in it πŸ€₯

    • Michael B says:

      Sugar may be the last thing I’m worried about in store bought rotisserie chickens, just seeing the ingredients list makes me put it back. Why do they always have to ruin something good with a bunch of unneeded bs? Anyone can make a perfectly good chicken without artificial chemicals and a ton of salt.

    • Josh Toten says:

      Doesn’t raise my blood glucose so it’s fine. πŸ˜…

  • R Kenton says:

    Thanks, Dennis. Good fresh short video! πŸ™‚

  • reloadNshoot says:

    Speaking of chicken.,…
    Last night i took some thin cut chicken breast, placed dome cream cheese, diced onions, jalapenos and tomatoes along with some sharp cheddar cheese rolled it up and baked them in a oven at 400 degrees for 30 minites. It was very good and will be making it again.

  • Bobby Ocampo says:

    Like and share.

  • Dirty footed Country girl says:

    We should all be very grateful to have been blessed with the πŸ”. The little bird is so versital and takes up so little space to grow, so little to eat or drink. Keeps the garden free of bugs and so much more. For such a small bird, it deserves so much more praise and better treatment than we give the poor little fowl. πŸžπŸ”πŸ£πŸ€πŸ₯πŸ“πŸ€—

  • Johanna says:

    You could actually see how much energy I had. After being diagnosed T2D, and switching to LCHF, I no longer, “wear,” my energy. Lol

  • Ramona Myers says:

    what about the cereal commercials

  • Zena Negash says:

    Greetings from Ethiopia. That was very useful. Thank you, Dennis.

  • GerbenWulff says:

    The companies selling energy drinks are advertising very similar to these Tootsie rolls.

    • Josh Toten says:

      “Hey kids, your favorite online cult lead–er, social media influencer drinks this liquid sugar! And you can too!”

  • Karen Rousey says:

    I put a whole chicken in my crockpot. Season it, cook it, take it out and debone it… delicious! No sugar needed.

  • Josh Toten says:

    I know you probably don’t care for video games, but the Fallout series really got me into 40s – 50s era music. But those songs have a certain quality you just can’t find in today’s music. Crazy how one can be nostalgic for something that came before their time, isn’t it?😊

  • johnson paul says:

    I eat mostly carnivore other than one bunch of celery per week. Wife and I are living on social security so I shop the sales, deals and also make use of a large freezer to take advantage of good buys such as sales on chicken hind quarters for 49 cents a pound that happened about a month ago. Bought 30 lbs for a bit less than $15. I do eat a variety of meats, such as hamburger, chuck steaks and roasts and a variety of pork. If I am paying attention I can easily eat for less than $3 per day and I am sure I never spend more than $4 per day.

  • Ahmed Bebars says:

    Can’t forget that 60s ad of a baby guzzling a big bottle of 7UP entitled “we have the youngest customers in the business”. Talk about child abuse.

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