DSM: Re: Sudbury Schools - Nacho-Cheesier-Flavored Doritos

Debbie Athos (naturally@mindspring.com)
Wed, 27 Oct 1999 10:55:15 -0400

Well Joe, I would think that nacho muncher would get very thirsty... Perhaps
they'd like a case of artificial orange flavored, artificial orange colored,
refined sugar loaded soda to wash them all down.
-----Original Message-----
From: Scott David Gray <sdavid@tiac.net>
To: discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org <discuss-sudbury-model@sudval.org>
Date: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 8:50 PM
Subject: DSM: Sudbury Schools - Nacho-Cheesier-Flavored Doritos

>Joe Jackson wrote:
>> Shoelace here.
>> What would happen if someone chose to eat Nacho-Cheesier-Flavored Doritos
>> every single meal, every single day?
>> (Sorry, I can't resist asking).
>> -Joe Jackson, shoeless@erols.com
>S/he would turn bright orange, get somewhat ill, and probably be counseled
>friends and family to eat something else.
>People who are interested in nutrition would do well to look at some of the
>studies on long-term eating habits of children allowed to eat what they
>It is true, they develop a "taste" for something and start having that for
>meal for a period of time. However, this generally only lasts about a week
>two. "Last week I really loved potatoes, but this week I can't get enough
>grapes." It seems that over the LONG RUN people naturally choose a
>diet, even if they never ever eat a single "square meal".
>-- Scott David Gray
>reply-to: sdavid@tiac.net
>Phone: 508/650-9639
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