You've mixed up your patients' charts and sent home someone trying to lose weight with a meal plan designed for a patient who is trying to gain weight.
You work for a D-list celebrity who is trying to lose weight after her pregnancy. You literally put chains on the refrigerator and take midnight emergency calls to keep her from cheating on her diet. She is losing weight, but you are losing your mind.
You love healthy Japanese food, but work for the California Sumo Association. Part of your job is beefing these guys up with a 20,000 calories a day meal plan that includes Chankonabe. While you worry about the many diseases and health problems that plague the sport, it's your job to keep these guys plump.
You work at a medical clinic and treat people living with diabetes. The work is stressful, but you love the feeling of seeing people reach their goals and getting off of medications.
You have your own practice, television show, and radio program. You advise the President of what type of dressing to use. Even NASA has asked you to develop a meal plan for their astronauts. They're sick of that chalky ice cream stuff.