Yes, chips aren't that healthy because of the starch and potential gluten in them, but all it does is make a kid self-conscious and afraid of fat or good tasting food ("Healthy food doesn't taste good").
That's so sad. We have video of my cousin getting told not to have seconds and constantly on exercise bike as a child and I am convinced the whole wrecked her self esteem for a long time. Looking back she was just a bit pudgy and might well have grown out of it but now she's huge and I think she's just given up on losing.
There is a commercial for a new acne product where it leaves "oil absorbing particles" sitting on your skin all day. Blocking those pores and collecting oils and who knows what from the air and holding it there all day.
Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.
Seeing a lot of forums about babies and toddlers. (When I'm bored I always type in things like: "Sat fat is dangerous, my kid doesn't want to eat bread, help, my kid wants to be a vegan" and stuff, just for kicks.") A lot of Moms are freaking out about their toddler, who only eats two or three bites of bread and then refuses to eat any more (good kid!!).
A lot of responses: "Just try to bargain: One bite of bread, before a bite of meat/veg/cereal/other thing kiddo likes." or: "Give them a multi-vit so they get enough vits and minerals!"
One good soul posted: "The Netherlands is such a bread-country. There's plenty of other things to eat for breakfast. My kids always enjoy a good egg for breakfast with some meat. If they don't like eggs, you can give them steamed veg with some butter to amake it taste etter." (Seriously, I thought I'd found a Dutch fat-burning machine... until he started talking about lentils, beans and legumes to go with the breakfast, for protein...)
He was pretty much ignored, though. Lots of "advice" from other parents on how to get kiddo to eat bread..
(But well, can't really blame them. Toddlers cry all the time. Even if they gluten-intolerance or gluten sensitivy and don't have any visible signs, Mom probably won't even notice and just think that kiddo hates the texture or something.)
ON a relatives kitchen counter I saw a can of "1-cal" cooking oil. In a spray can. "Only one calorie per spray!" it said on the front. I looked at the back to see what this evil gunk was and it said "instructions: spray three times on the bottom of a pan..." so even by its own insane CW standards it was totally lying and misleading...