A ‘Common Sense’ Diet Makes No Sense At All

Filed under: In The News — @ July 12, 2007

They’ve been quiet a while, but now another one had to go and spout off at the mouth again. It’s almost as if the members of the media, especially the ones who write about food and health, can’t help themselves but go off on a tangent about livin’ la vida low-carb.

That’s exactly what we see in this Times & Democrat column by journalist Teresa Hatchell in her slam piece on low-carb entitled “Well-balanced diet makes common sense.”

Hoo boy, here we go with the whole “balanced diet” thing again. Don’t these ritards realize that livin’ la vida low-carb IS common sense and gives us all the balance we need to live a long and healthy life? Apparently not.

Because her column isn’t very long I’d like to respond to each of Hatchell’s highly misguided and blatant ignorance about the low-carb lifestyle. Got a pen and paper to take notes, Ms. Hatchell? Class is now in session.

Click here to read my line-by-line rebuttal of each statement in her anti-low-carb column and why she is so wrong about this amazingly healthy way of eating.

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