October 14, 2011
This is what Aetna told me after my "Health Risk Assessment" Questionnaire. Everything else in the questionnaire, I'm at normal or better than normal (my HDL is 71, for Pete's sake), and yet they suggest a low-fat diet. The totality of their nutritional advice was to eat more candy (i.e. fruit) and eat less fat. It's entirely impossible that my robust health is the result of me eating a ton of good fat (OMG saturated!) and eschewing candy of all kinds. Fuck you, Aetna, I'm healthy as heck, and doctors lie. Typical nutritional ignorance from people paid to know better. This isn't even my job, and I could walk circles around them on this topic.
I probably could eat more vegetables, though. I'll cop to that.
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