Day’s Verse:

Do not be conformed to this world, but transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.

Romans 12:2


I find something inherently unconvincing about the idea that “foods you despise don’t go to your thighs.” This is just as bad, if not worse than the Atkin’s Diet. Somebody please explain to me how, if I dislike a food, my body will not convert it to fat? Granted, I am likely to eat less of it; but what I do eat I will hate. How can this guy actually say that “food is not to be enjoyed, it is to be taken like foul-tasting medicine”? That is a total load of hooey. All his diet will do is produce a lot of starving people who refuse to eat food they like, but loathe to eat food they dislike. At least Atkin’s had people eating food, not encouraging people to starve themselves.

– KF –

4 thoughts on “A Long Line of Unenviable Mistakes

  1. I particularly love how the guy’s a vet who accidentally starved a horse, and that’s what gave him the idea for the whole thing.

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