What I think of this diet and xmas


After a day on a strictly defined and timed diet, we got to stick our fingers and bleed on a piece of test paper, which we’ll now send away for our prize, which I think is 6 more months on a diet where everything I eat has to be scanned and weighed. Do you like my band-aid?

Comments

  1. azpaul3 says

    You don’t seem to be enjoying this treatment regimen. There are certain noticable signs.
    Just remember, it’s goo (hee hee, uhm) it’s good (ahem caugh), it’s good for you.

  2. fergl says

    Is it though. Maybe its all bollocks. We did evolve to be able to eat lots of different diets.

  3. hillaryrettig1 says

    Such a baby! In college i made good bucks as an experimental subject in nutrition experiments, including the notorious Fiber Study. You wouldn’t have lasted a day!
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  4. moarscienceplz says

    PZ, I am so sorry you are suffering so much this solstice. I honestly don’t understand why the honorable Mary signed you up to be a nutritional guniea pig for this time of year. While I applaud her trying to keep your creaky old bones rattling around the planet as long as possible, Winter Solstice is the time of year to throw all diets out the window and eat and drink all the naughty stuff we can handle!

  5. birgerjohansson says

    The combination of education fatigue and dietary horror would make me seek out Valhalla. Pick a fight with local cougars? The Minnesota grizzly population? Survivalist neighbors?

  6. davidc1 says

    Think man,did you do something during the last 12 months that peed the trophy wife off so much that this is the revenge?
    The thing about it being good for you is just a red Herring,or Lutefisk.

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