Okay so I've been looking up the Seven deadly sins and have found gluttony, the idea of overeating as a sin, on Wikipedia.They were divided into subcategories for simplicity by St. Thomas Aquinas.
Praepropere - eating too soon. Okay this one is easy to solve, as there's no eating to soon - breakfast, lunch and dinner don't exist.
Laute - eating too expensively. How expensively or cheaply must we eat, if it furthers the quality of our food, thus improving our life then why not eat expensively.
Nimis - eating too much. This obviously doesn't happen when the carbs and sugar demons are phased out. So we have to satiate ourselves on good wholesome food.
Ardenter - eating too eagerly (burningly) A nice steak at the end of a day hunting for clients. Why can one not be in eagerness to enjoy a steak courtesy of his local supermarket?
Studiose - eating too daintily (keenly). Eagerness and daintiness are surely the same thing?
Forente - eating wildly (boringly). Hmmm. Does this mean eating anything in site? Possibly non-existent without the sugar monster?
What does everyone else think? Seems like a random post? I don't know, but it mildly interested me and it definitely got me thinking.