Georgia Student Lampoons Low-Carb To ‘Reach Out’ To Classmates

Filed under: In The News — @ September 10, 2006

University of Georgia student Daniel Hanna is a journalist for the independent student newspaper called The Red and Black. In his latest column, Hanna decides to take on the subject of low-carb dieting.

When you read the column for yourself, what you find is a young man who stayed on his own version of low-carb for two whole days before deciding it wasn’t for him. HA! That’s NOT low-carb living.

Even still, Daniel Hanna responded to my criticism of his article by saying he was merely “reach out to students who shared a similar story–who may have tried an on-the-spot low-carb plan and failed out of frustration.”

The editor of The Red And Black decided to run my letter to the editor in response to Hanna’s column where I challenge him to start “sharing THE TRUTH and nothing but the truth about low-carb living.”

Will he do it? Click here to read more and to stay updated on this story.

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