Again you, as Erin did, are changing the subject, back to attack the 'person' who pointed it out, rather than to discuss the actual issue.
Do not talk about the poster, but about the situation as it is.
In your reality as well, and Erin's and Steve's, everyone who has come across their articles sees that what is written on day 1 is different than the results that they are showing on day 5. Steve and Erin claim that reality is subjective. Erin claims that she is psychic, and can help other people solve their problems.
But they are both changing their reality to suit an objective biological law, rather than changing their thoughts about diet and health. And Erin is not living in health or truth, so how can she claim to cure others when she is not well herself? Steve also wrote himself, not to trust someone whose life is not in accordance with the principles they claim
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One very simple principle Iíve adopted is to give very little credibility to diet books with photos of fat doctors on the cover. It should be obvious why that has proven helpful.
There is clearly an incongruity in their belief systems or their thinking, because their actions and results do not match. So, rather than attack someone who points this out, why not do some searching and find out why this is so, and obtain a clearer and more accurate view of reality?