By REBECCA COHEN
Endless stories with wavering opinions on the newest, best way to lose weight are reported daily.
However, the information that is disclosed is never finite and usually contradicts previous reports by that same news source.
Among the most popular amidst ever-changing diet tips are super foods.
On Huffington Post’s “Healthy Living” page, it features avocados as one of its brain super foods; however, on the same page, it tells dieters to avoid the vegetable altogether.
And don’t get me started on the news reports on breakfast.
News reports are so unreliable that dieting reports should consider discontinuing, considering dieting tips are not newsworthy in the first place.
However, does this fluctuating information simply mirror the rest of news?
Reports about the country’s financial status, governmental status and presidential status are constantly changing. The problem with the media is that, alike the American people, it cannot make up its mind.
So, for now, the government is shut down, we should not eat carbs at breakfast and should never allow an avocado into our bodies.
But this could all change by tomorrow.