Here's the site in question: http://www.diabetes-warrior.net/2012/01/28/this-site-free-speech-are-being-investigated/
Some guy with diabetes finds low-carb paleo, loses weight, goes off insulin, and decides to preach about it online. He gives advice to people on how to follow in his footsteps.
Then he goes to a meeting of North Carolina nutritionists and apparently pisses them off. They are now investigating his website to see if they can hit him with a misdemeanor charge of giving nutrition advice without a license. According to their claims, giving any nutritional advice without a license is illegal.
So here we are on Paleohacks, handing out nutritional advice left and right. Are we violating North Carolina state law? Should Patrik put in a hack that prefaces every single post with "I'm not a doctor... "?
(trying to avoid the obvious political justification side of this discussion)