Someone kindly listed this site on Morgan Spurlock's Wikipedia entry.
I clicked over, however, and saw that the body of Spurlock's entry didn't contain a single sentence laying out the position of Super Size Me critics. So I added the following, which I think is a pretty fair assessment of their criticisms:
Spurlock's critics contend that his movie was a dishonest depiction of how fast food -- or any food, really -- fits in with a regular diet. Spurlock deliberately ate 5,000 calories per day, more than twice what's recommended. It isn't difficult, in fact, to eat a McDonalds diet for each meal at under 2,000 calories per day (including a double cheeseburger and fries for dinner). Spurlock also intentionally avoided any physical activity during his McDonalds diet. That such a drastic diet-exercise regimine would cause deleterious effects on his health, critics say, is self-evident. Five thousand calories per day of any food will cause immediate, noticeable weight gain in all but the most serious and rigorous of athletes.We'll see if it stays up.