One TV ad that’s seemingly a part of Coke’s efforts to be more health conscious has hit a pretty serious setback. The United Kingdom’s Advertising Standards Authority has banned the spot, which is meant to show consumers simple ways to burn of the 139 calories in a 12-ounce can of Coke. A U.S. version of the ad, shown below, uses 140 calories instead of 139:
The authority says the ad doesn’t make it sufficiently clear that a consumers would have to do all the exercises listed in the ad—running with a dog, dancing, laughing—instead of just one activity to burn off all the calories. The authority banned the ad in response to 10 complaints from the public.