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Saturday, 14 May 2016

British Dietetic Associations dietitians week 6-10 June 2016


Last year I attended the annual BDA conference, not one of my better decisions. As you can see, they damn near wasted me, can't think why. I had attended the meeting in what I thought was a passable disguise. Unfortunately, the ex diabetes.co.uk resident dietitian recognised me, after I made a seemingly innocuous remark about the exceedingly high amount of cakes being scoffed. 

Instantly, all hell broke loose, and I was attacked from all sides. Lying on the floor, after a particularly savage blow from a fire extinguisher, I made a conscious decision to never attend a BDA meeting again, I then made a conscious decision to pass out. I awoke four days later, heavily sedated, and barely alive in The West Smethwick Infirmary. I won't be attending this years 'Dietitians week' bash. A Man must know his limitations.

Eddie

Please note this is a work of fiction, any similarity with any persons alive or dead, is purely coincidental. 

5 comments:

Margaret-whiteangel said...

:)

Carla from The River said...

LOL :-)) Good Luck even so.

Anonymous said...

Yes good luck Eddie, convince them that lard is good for you and I will award you with a medal,the Low Carb Cross Of King Edwards, awarded to all those who harp on about the wonderful value of a whole food diet but then mysteriously exclude spuds, you can live exclusively on them don't you know and for years to boot.The Potato diet seems so popular in the Paleo blogosphere these days.

Lowcarb team member said...

Anonymous said...
Yes good luck Eddie, convince them that lard is good for you and I will award you with a medal,the Low Carb Cross Of King Edwards, awarded to all those who harp on about the wonderful value of a whole food diet but then mysteriously exclude spuds, you can live exclusively on them don't you know and for years to boot.The Potato diet seems so popular in the Paleo blogosphere these days.

Ah the humble spud guaranteed to make my BG meter say Oh shit! That said a mad BDA dietitian once posted on a dietetics forum that spuds should be a staple in a type two diabetics diet, she was awarded the meritorious Mr Potato head Medal of honour for services beyond the call of duty from the Potato Council, Big Pharma also chipped in (excuse the pun) with the Golden Syringe award

Graham

Anonymous said...

LOL! You do make me laugh! You better be careful, if they see you layed up like that in a bed they will soon be bombarding you with bottles of fortisip and fortisip extra, and asking you if you want chocolate or banana flavour! And starting countless food charts, which go on for a week and a half and are never reviewed! Then you really will be wishing you could get out there!!!!! Or at the very least they will be chasing you around offering you strawberry build up and snacks!!! That's about as clinical and complicated as it gets!!!