One would think The Food Network - a TV network focused on food - would be a healthy place to watch TV - but it ain't nothing of the sort. It pomotes the very worse in eating: Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives is an example - mostly greasy and high-fat food, and monster helpings, the host (Guy Fieri) and obese Americans (and Canadians) shown close-up stuffing their faces. You see the occasional fish dishes, but even those fish dishes are smothered in fatty dressings and ofen cooked in grease. Some of the shows on The Food Network - like Chef Michael Smith's, for example, are quite good - he uses local ingredients and his food actually looks quite healthy. But he's the exception to the rule. Iron Chef America is another, but that show uses exotic (and sometimes endangered) species not available to most of us.