I guess providing data about coconut oil was too over-the-top. Here's a nice
bitchy folksy letter from a "coach" on a weight loss website. This message is a bit more stern than the last one. Before, I was admonished for my "dangerous" posts and was told that I couldn't post like that anymore. (Read the first letter here .) Now I'll be kicked off if I tell one other person that it is OK to make popcorn with artercloggingsaturatedfat-laden coconut oil.
I know we've talked about this before, and I'm sure you can also guess why I'm writing you a note. It seems like with some recent posts lately (such as the thread about coconut oil), you are constantly butting heads with [redacted], our Registered Dietitian, and challenging the advice she gives.
You don't have to agree with the dietary guidelines we promote, but we don't allow members to promote a style of eating that does not agree with our guidelines. You are welcome to share experiences, but not post messages that make it seem like our advice is wrong. We feel that our recommendations are based on sound research- again, you don't have to agree- but you do have to respect that if you'd like to remain a member of [redacted] and participate in our Community.
Please consider this to be your final warning on the subject. If you have questions, let me know.