Originally Posted by GuyWhiteyCorngood
I look at it as subjective philosophy...not objective science. Again, I like to experiment with different things, but I fully agree there is no "one size fits all" dietary approach.
A few things are pretty clear, though. Trans fats are bad. Too much food is bad. Nutrient dense food is better than empty calories. You're going to get more nutrient dense food with meat (preferably natural) and vegetables (preferably local)
Painstaking research has confirmed that: (A) we're all going to die and (B) food tastes yummy.
I put trans fats in the same category as 'chemicals.' If anyone has an aversion to chemicals - since chemicals are all that food is - I just recommend that they eat less food overall.
Less food = fewer chemicals ingested. Look better nekkid + fewer chemicals = win-win!