Atkins or “Fadkins?” Case Study 2 for Bi 103 Two friends of yours, Janine and Mitchell, join you at lunch and during your conversation, Janine comments on Mitchell’s choice of food: a small bowl of cottage cheese, a chicken salad with vinegar and oil dressing, and a glass of milk.
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Case Study 2 for Bi 103
“What, are you on some kind of a health kick?” Janine asks, as she plows her way through a cheeseburger and a basket of fries. “First jogging every morning, now rabbit food?”
“From where?” Janine asks, looking Mitchell up and down. As you look at your friend, you have to agree with Janine: tall, lanky Mitchell doesn’t look like he has an ounce of spare fat on him.
“Wait a minute,” Janine says, “You’re not on that Fadkins diet, are you? That diet where you eat all protein and no carbs?”
“Don’t you know those high-protein diets are bad for you?” Janine says, and takes another sip of her milkshake. You’d never tell her yourself, but as you watch her inhale her lunch, you think to yourself that Janine could stand to lose a few pounds. You know for a fact she’s gone up a whole size in the last year, even though she walks to and from school every day and it’s over a mile each way.
“Tell him he’s being ridiculous!” Janine insists. “He’s going to make himself sick.”