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We were already of the opinion that the Times's Sunday Business section is the best part of that paper, but this weekend's pullout confirmed it. From the letters section:

To the Editor:
Re "Winning the Nutrition Game, With Help From a Coach" (April 22), which discussed the hiring of personal coaches to help with weight loss or other goals:

For many people, the problem is not that they don't know how to eat healthfully but that they don't like to, because of a fact that is apparent to anyone with taste buds: healthful foods simply don't taste as good as ice cream sundaes and chocolate layer cake.

Felicia Nimue Ackerman
Providence, R.I., April 22

The writer is a philosophy professor at Brown University.

Eggheads. Is there anything they can't do?

Letters: A Bank on Every Corner? [NYT]
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