This has been on the web the last few days and I studiously avoided posting anything about it. But being early in the new year things are slow at the biblical world. And besides, this kind of application of the Bible is just plain annoying.
Jerry Anderson is a "health evangelist" and fitness guru. I have never heard of a health evangelist before, but I suppose it is the result of misapplying scripture combined with a zeal for healthy living. I don't object to healthy reading and I certainly don't object to studying the Bible. But I am not convinced that the Bible provides much in the way of health advice, except for the admonition to "take a little wine for your stomach" (1 Tim 5:23). In many ways this is the kind of biblicism that Christian Smith was reacting against in his book The Bible Made Impossible (see my review here).
I will refrain from commenting further and leave it to my readers to provide the expert analysis.