...."Defiling the 'Temple of God'" (1 Cor 3:16-17) when we injest foods of little of no nutritional value? I've often heard that such things as smoking and/or drinking alcoholic beverages, etc. are things that a BAC should not do because they not only give a poor "witness" to unbelievers, but also do no physical good to our physical bodies, i.e., they "defile 'God's temple.'" This argument is based on the above-cited passage in 1 Cor. By that very same token, should not the foods we injest that are very highly processed/high in cholesterol/very high in salt and/or sugar content be considered as defiling "God's Temple"? Why or why not?