We already declared personal medical advice as off-topic, I'm wondering if we should do the same for all health questions.
By health questions I mean all questions of the type "Is eating X healthy?", "Is doing activity Y healthy?", "Is X healthier than Y?". I don't only mean questions that specifically ask for advice, but all questions of this type since even if they're not explicitly asking for advice, it is very likely the asker intends to use the answers in that way.
There are two reasons why I'd like to do this. First, I don't think that those questions are good questions for our site, they are not really about biology in the end and they typically don't lead to any deeper understanding of biological concepts. Questions that ask about the biological mechanisms of known health effects would still be on-topic.
Another reason is that health questions tend to attract anecdotal, pseudoscientific or just plain bad answers. There is also the danger that answers here would reason from basic biological principles on complex health issues, which is something that can easily be wrong while sounding very plausible. We allow such questions on Skeptics, but there we mods can simply remove any answer that doesn't cite a credible source, which is absolutely necessary to keep the quality up there. We don't have such a rule here (and shouldn't have it here), which makes it much harder to remove bad answers.