I visited the review queue today and found this answer: How to drop weight. That resulted in a chain of meditation that I thought I'd move to review, because it certainly wasn't appropriate for a comment.
One of the things that attracts me to MA:SE is the notion that answers should be researched. Researched isn't a boolean value; there are answers which are researched, and there are answers which are models of how to do and cite research.
The answer in question is, in my opinion, closer to the low end of that scale; it presents an unattributed anecdote. There are sufficient details to be useful, but it also includes some material that is (based on my research) questionable (e.g. "don't eat after 6:00").
How high do we want to set the bar? Am I overemphasizing the value of research? Am I interpreting "researched" too narrowly? Is this answer closer to "discussion" than research?
I certainly could suggest that the answer would be more valuable with citations. That would be true, but I'm not sure how constructive it is, and whether the benefit outweighs the probable chilling effect.
So I'll click on the "not sure" button, and come here to ask those wiser and more experienced than I. What is the desired community standard?