The lack of objective truth in nutrition
There seems to be a lack of objective truth in nutrition which paralyzes anyone who wants to eat well, yet doesn't want to become a professional nutritionist.
As the average man comes home from his long shift at Walgreens, he decides to take responsibility for his life into his own hands. He decides to eat foods which will replenish him, and discard foods which will hinder him.
He goes to the nutrition subreddit and finds nothing but arguing and rhetoric. Milk is horrible for you, milk is a necessary source of protein. Multivitamins have been proven to be obsolete, yet you can't get the necessary nutrients without them. Go vegan, but here's why it will kill you. Do intermittent fasting, but here's why you shouldn't.
There is no "BEST" meal plan. There's no "BEST" anything. Everything is subjective, and if you want to eat like us elites, then read these books first, but then let us tell you how pseudo-sciency they are after you're done.
Devote your life to finding out how to fucking eat a decent meal that you aren't guilty about because we in the nutrition world can't agree that any food is good for you.
The man decides this is not worth his time. He is starving and decides to go out and get Wendys because he has to be at work early in the morning, and doesn't want to spend the next few years of his free time searching for a decent meal which will be discredited anyway.
-Written by a guy about to go get Wendys