Reason: Everyday Acts of Resistance: Do brain scans prove that people are powerless against chocolate cake and porn?
"Banzhaf, a George Washington University law professor who never saw a problem that couldn't be solved by suing someone, argues that food sellers have a legal duty to warn consumers about the dangerous deliciousness of high-calorie products such as ice cream, cheeseburgers, and potato chips. 'Bet you can't eat just one!' presumably wouldn't count.
Banzhaf cites 'growing evidence...that eating some fattening foods can cause addictive reactions in the brain just like nicotine,' evidence he says is sufficient 'to warrant at least a warning about possible addictive effects.' He advises food companies that such warnings would help shield them from liability--very sporting of him, since he is a leading advocate of suing them for making people fat."