Thursday, November 21, 2013

"Say no to moderation?" I quit.

Should we just "say no to moderation" as one health blogger recently advised? Is eating in moderation contributing to our obesity problem? Do we really need to stop using that naughty "M" word?

You don't want to miss the latest in diet dogma delusion!

Check out the Guest Post I wrote for here.

Then feel free to let me know what you think about eating in moderation.


  1. Good article. In my experience, diet extremists are rather like a secular version of religious zealots. (Can't be reasoned with. Very little introspection. Often don't keep their own rules.) And let's not forget those that are selling a book/program!

  2. Hi Sue,

    I agree--zealotry in the nutrition/health field is pervasive and parallels going overboard in other areas, like religion, as you mentioned. That level of stringent just isn't necessary or healthy for many people.
    Thanks for the comment!