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    Obviously a diet completely void of any sugar, preservative etc VS a diet of constant Macca's and coco pops 24/7 is going to win hands down health wise. But small amounts of those things in moderation are fine.As I've read on, it seems that both parties here are very resistant to any real compromise. She doesn't want to part with the junk and he won't accept anything but his way it seems.

    I can't get over how obsessive people get over diet. Maybe it's bc I have older kids than most here, but this level of control is unhealthy for everyone. It's easy to ensure a 3 year old doesn't have nutrigrain. It's a little more difficult when they get to 12 When you don't teach and allow self moderation and a bit of autonomy you get kids/teens/adults that can barely make a decision for themselves, have no impulse control and are rebelling. I know that's not a popular view on here, but that's JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    My BIL drank litres of Coke every day and loved chocolate. Then he watched That Sugar Film and completely quit both. Maybe watch it as a family and see if it has any impact?

    Disclaimer: I haven't seen it
    I thought it was exceptionally boring and complete bullsh*t. I need a little more than n = 1.

    I saw it with my brother, who's a Nutritionist, and even he rolled his eyes on numerous occasions.

    But, to each his own.

    Did we scare DrewS away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    I thought it was exceptionally boring and complete bullsh*t. I need a little more than n = 1.

    I saw it with my brother, who's a Nutritionist, and even he rolled his eyes on numerous occasions.

    But, to each his own.

    Did we scare DrewS away?

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    Omg yes! I thought I was the only person who didnt find 'that sugar film' completely life changing. Completely sensationalist & lacking scientific backig! I'm so glad I'm not alone

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    To me nutrition and eating healthy is a fundamental/non negotiable. Especially with kids involved.
    I don't feel that you should drop your standards.
    Agreed


 

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