Yesterday I made the rather "throwaway" comment, that Nanny would move on from regulating ice cream sales to regulating what we eat at home.
Well it seems that she has moved a step closer to doing that.
Nanny's best chums in the Scottish Executive, these guys really like to regulate people's lives, have warned bar owners in Scotland that they may be forced to stop serving chips and traditional pub meals.
The Executive are considering proposals to force landlords to have policies to promote "sensible eating", as a condition of their licences.
Next they will be banning booze in pubs!
Paul Waterson, chief executive of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association, said that the eating advice was aimed at banning meals such as pies, beans and chips from being served.
"It's a dangerous road to go down, and we are very concerned about it.
Everybody has their own ideas about food - if you speak to vegetarians for instance.
There is a danger most customers will get caught in the middle between official guidance and people who want to eat what they want.
It should be up to the individual to decide what they consider healthy."
As we all know, pies are an excellent means of soaking up the booze. A rocket salad simply won't do that!
Anyhoo, under the proposals bar owners would have to provide healthy-eating advice to their customers. This would be something to witness in a Glasgow pub on a Saturday night!
Janet Hood, a lawyer who is head of the British Institute of Innkeeping in Scotland and is helping to draft the guidance, said the "sensible eating" clause had been proposed by advisers appointed by the Executive.
"It would be quite inappropriate for licensees to offer eating advice.
They are not qualified to deal with this sort of thing.
I would normally have assumed that the protection of public health would relate to the sale of alcohol.
What if a hefty person comes in asking for something considered unhealthy?
Do we direct them to the salads and face accusations of being 'fat-ist'?"
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Executive said:
"We will listen carefully to all views before taking decisions."
Does anyone seriously believe that?
Last month it was reported that Nanny's Executive was considering banning the sale of packets of ten cigarettes, in a bid to tackle smoking among young people.
My sympathies are with the good people of Scotland, who seem to have a more rampant infestation of Nannyism than we have in England.