Last night was Burn's Night, the traditional time when all good Scots and those who love Scotland eat that particularly fine dish - haggis.
However, as we all know, Nanny is a spoil sport; she hates to see people enjoying themselves, and will do anything she can to put a stop to our simple pleasures.
Needless to say she heartily disapproves of haggis.
Nanny's trolls and goblins in the Scottish Executive have issued a nutritional edict, to schools and nurseries for children under five.
These nutritional guidelines have warned schools that haggis has a fat content of up to 20%, and sometimes a high salt content as well.
This in Nanny's eyes makes haggis as evil as burgers and hot dogs in its nutritional content and, according to the Executive, should only be served to youngsters once a week.
Nanny's trolls went on to say that it was as bad for you as twizzlers and fizzy drinks.
Needless to say, the move angered producers of the Scottish delicacy; who say it is far healthier than the other foods on the restricted list.
Alan Pirie of James Pirie and Son, Scottish haggis masters, said:
"With good turnips and potatoes, there's nothing more nutritious than haggis.
It's made of all natural ingredients - there's no rubbish in it at all.
To compare it with processed meat like chicken nuggets or hot dogs is just ridiculous."
Nanny should remember that one particularly popular dish in Scotland is the deep fried Mars bar.
So let's be serious here folks, what is worse?
A deep fried Mars bar, or a haggis?
As usual Nanny forgets to engage that part of her brain that regulates common sense.