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AV_909 Posts: 30
2/13/13 12:18 P

Read alot about it. Sounds like a good idea but dont know if I will be able to stick to it.

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2/7/13 8:24 A

Unless one is prepared to eat that way for the rest of their lives, this diet won't work and the same with other diets.

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
2/7/13 7:44 A

Agree with others.
Much has been discussed already.

Much validity to some points - focusing on the whole veggies and things.
Negatives abound with any "diet" that eliminates something, just on the premise of {insert factor here} that is not involved with allergies/sensitivities.

I would have no issues with most of the menu; but I'd not follow it strictly, because there are certain items I'd have issues leaving out of my menu, but that's just me


SPKRAUSE Posts: 543
2/5/13 1:25 P

Know of. As CAMEOSUN said, it's been discussed before. In short: there are lots of *good* foods on it; it's essentially a fad diet; its rationale is pretty much bad or pseudoscience. But of course it *can* work for people ... but almost any diet can work for people.

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2/5/13 1:07 P

Yeah, this has been discussed on here before. Do a search here on Sparkpeople.

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2/5/13 1:05 P

Anyone? A friend just emailed be about this. The funny thing is this is the same program my geneticist says I should be doing.

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