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Wonder Woman is viewed by many as a strong, fearless, sexy, tall and athletic female character in popular culture. It is, therefore, not surprising that the production company about to debut a major feature film based on the character would align its marketing tools with the same profile.

Warner Bros. has partnered with the protein-focused nutrition company ThinkThin to promote the upcoming flick, and it's receiving a lot of support, as many users believe that unhealthy lifestyle and binge eating has created a lot of fat and morbidly obese population.

"We wanted to celebrate a hero film featuring a woman in the leading role," Michele Kessler, the president of ThinkThin, said in a press release on the partnership. "We love that Wonder Woman has super strength, and we're proud to offer delicious products that give women the everyday strength they need to power through their day."

ThinkThin believes that its variety of protein smoothie mixes and bars are fit for powerful women — the primary target the upcoming film is celebrating. Fans all over the world that partnership sends a very strong signal against those who promote lazy living that causes heart and other cardiovascular diseases.

ThinkThin protein bars are described as “A portable, nutritious snack covered in decadent chocolate providing an indulgent taste that satisfies hunger with none of the guilt.”

For the critics, there's a reason the Wonder Woman character isn't written as being 5'3 and 400 pounds. She kicks butt because she's healthy, strong, and slim.