Tim, you should reread it, because it's (blackly) funny. Example:Well, somebody had to write an article on <something>. I'm sure this is news to someone in the universe. I don't see any overt marketing except for the mention of certain drinks and where they are shelved (on my way, now).
"Chocolate-flavoured high-protein drink"? My own one-word comment: Bleurgh! And we read that grown men are thought likely to pick Wanko off the shelves because of the light-hearted (and "edgy"?) package design and copywriting. (Not grown women, it seems. Perhaps they're not so credulous.)
A couple summers ago, I was going to a gym and eating a tub of yogurt, well, every day of the week I guess. Sometimes even more often. Not all the excess ended up in the toilet. Excess protein is turned into ammonia by your body and excreted with sweat. I only know this because I smelled like nobody's business and had to research why. For different reasons, now I don't eat any animal protein/products and seem to get by just fine. Fitter than ever in fact.Most of this excess ends up in the toilet.