It doesn't seem we touch on this at all. Gluttony, or over-eating, gorging oneself, is seemingly tolerated within not only our society, but in our churches also. At one point, our church members would take us out to dinner after services. Around here there are many buffets, and the status quo is quantity, not quality. Let's just say that those who took us out to eat became a little upset that we did not gorge ourselves with several plates of foods, but ate sensibly, and controlled what we put on our plate, and in our bodies. We were told that what we ate was wrong (because it wasn't enough) and told to eat more. This is not meant as an attack. If you take it that way, I apologize. I also want you to know that about 15 years ago, being somewhat overweight, I changed my lifestyle, and habits, with Gods help, watched what I ate, got rid of soda, began serious weight-training (one part of this due to the fact diabetes runs in the family, and this is a strong deterrent). So I've been on both sides of this. But why are so very many people in our churches gluttonous? Why is nothing said? Paul rebuked the cretans for this. It is a sinful state. It is tolerated while having a beer will bring great rebuke and one who does so is looked at as some great sinner, and the one gorging themselves as a lifestyle is tolerated. This ought not be. Many in church look forward to the buffet line afterwards around here. Then again Sunday night. It is a lifestyle, a sinful one, that is costing people their health. Why do we sit silent for the most part?