No, Supersize Me!

As McDonald's unveiled its latest marketing ploy - healthier menu options, including "Go Active!" Adult Happy Meals - one free enterprise and "personal freedom" activist is trying to prove that the fast food giant's current menu isn't so bad. Soso Whaley, an adjunct fellow with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, an animal trainer and the host of the "Camo Country Outdoors Show," has placed herself on a month-long McDonald's-only diet. She's also making a film about her experience, in direct response to Morgan Spurlock's unflattering documentary "Super Size Me." Whaley called Spurlock's film "anti-corporate," "anti-fast food" and "junk science." McDonald's has not endorsed Whaley's project.