One thought on “How the status quo defends itself (part 3).

  1. Yeah, I saw that yesterday. It is outrageous. It’s even first degree ridiculous. It means that anybody who’s advising people to eat or not to eat certain foods, like the waitress at the restaurant near you, is guilty of giving out nutritional advice without a license.

    It does something more insidious though. It forces the person who gives the advice to be the proof. I learned a long time ago that a teacher does not need to be able to perform the tasks in order to teach them. This is most obvious in athleticism. In athleticism though, there is a very real accountability mechanism. Alas, nutrition seems to be free of this natural feedback system. So regardless of whether the person is proof or not, regardless of whether the advice is valid or not, there is no accountability anyway.

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