- Laute - eating food that is too luxurious, exotic, or costly
- Studiose - eating food that is excessive in quality (too daintily or elaborately prepared)
- Nimis - eating food that is excessive in quantity (too much)
- Praepropere - eating hastily (too soon or at an inappropriate time)
- Ardenter - eating greedily (too eagerly)
Ardenter is the form of Gluttony the advertisers are playing with for these types of products. I invite you (although reluctantly for I love you too much) to feast your eyes on this abomination:
I actually saw a box of these macaroons at my small town store. For you who don't speak French it 'G-Spot'. Yeah. That's it. I'm out.
I looked more of this up and found that they really decided to go full-out with the merging of Lust and Gluttony. This ad below says 'Make it His Birthday'... I need not say more.
In Conclusion, it's good to be aware of sin in order to know when sin is being used against you. Gourmandise is a sin, and obesity is the manifestation of that sin onto your body. Lust can leave you with invisible wounds when it is consumed in excess, but gluttony manifests itself through physical humiliation. Fat people are discriminated against in our society because whether or not people are aware of the sin, everyone sees the human trapped beneath all of those second helpings, all of that extra fat they consumed for the 'hell of it'. In a world that glorifies sin, those who try to remain holy and pure struggle, but the struggle is ultimately good, for the more difficult the test, the more fulfilling the reward.