Thanks to what I've learned on the forum I went postal last night. I was filling out an on-line health assessment with an outfit that my employer's health insurance carrier is sneaking in on us. When I saw the result of "poor" on the nutrition assessment part of it and the recommended thing to do was to eat more grains/carbs and less fats, I just had to leave them a comment. I did not mince words when I told them they did not have a clue of how wrong their recommendation was. I lambasted them for giving advise that drives us deeper into the unhealthy lifestyle this very advice began putting us in when it came out 40 years ago. It sounds good in theory, but the reality is it doesn't work in real life for the majority. Like a kid awaiting Christmas morning, I can barely wait to see if they have a representative contact me within 2 business days as is advertised on their 'contact us' page.