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Weight loss can be a battle between mind and body brought on by societys pressure to be lean and beautiful In every magazine TV shows commercials and on billboards are beautiful thin women This puts great pressure on young girls and women to be thin and beautiful Also in many magazine and commercials there are ads for weight loss programs Many come in pill form such as Meridia These miracle pills are not all they seem to be An advertisement for Meridia a hunger suppressant attracts attention by showing a small quantity of food that would be left over after each meal The slogan it would really add up expresses the idea that with the help of Meridia you will leave behind portions of your meal which in turn will make you thin After that wonderful news the advertisement states that headaches constipation insomnia and dry mouth are only some of the side effects that may occur Although Meridia appeals to the curiosity of how much less food would really be eaten if Meridia were taken the side effects and consumer criteria of this drug take away from the miracle The add uses bright colorful plates covering most the page to really catch a persons eye The leftover food cause a person to take a minute and figure out what the add is about The catchy slogan it would really add up tells people by eating less imagine the weight that can be lost That is were Meridia can help The add targets people that have a slightly larger weight problem than most It is to help one eat less during a meal This advertisement is placed in a Cosmopolitan magazine The readers of this magazine range from eighteen to thirty year old women They are the primary consumer of weight loss gimmicks The advertisement plays on consumers will to be perfect In order to be perfect one has to be thin
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