When I saw a tweet about this post at NaturalNews.com the other day, I quickly responded, decrying how Kansas State professor's Mark Haub's junk-food diet proves nothing of what it purports to while confusing a very important topic — nutrition in America.
Then I read the tweet again, clicked on the actual link, and realized the writer, Mike Adams, editor of NaturalNews.com who also goes by "the Health Ranger," was saying the same things I am. All of a sudden, he got much more clever and insightful — when I realized, you know, that he agreed with me.
Just because one guy can lose weight on a regimen of junk food does not mean that it's a good idea to live like that (even Haub doesn't say that), and far more significantly, just because one guy can do it doesn't mean very many others could do it, and even if they could (an important point), it doesn't mean they would.
How about you? When you eat a lot of junk food, do you tend to want more, or less? For the vast majority of us, eating junk food leads to eating more junk food.