I was on a small flagging run, checking for older pure nutrition based questions which are off topic now since the changes to the FAQ.
There were a few, good questions with some really good answers, I had a hard time flagging those. My main reason was that new users tend to overlook related questions when they ask their own, but if you flag their question and tell them that it's going to be closed because it might be off topic, they will find comparable question that should be closed but have never been, mostly just because of their age. (I have seen this behaviour on SuperUser but here as well).
Now there was one example which is one of the better questions but clearly was off topic before the last edits:
I'm trying to put together a nutritional plan for myself for weight loss combined with cardio to keep me healthy and active, but am finding it difficult to incorporate fibre without overdoing the carbs.
Which foods are high in fibre yet low in carbs that would provide adequately for my exercise plan?
The version above now incorporates some pseudo changes about exercise.
Should we accept those or is it still off topic?