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It looks like a load of bullhooey to me.
In fact I'd bet on it. Don't waste your time with this sort of garbage.
I am a firm believer in everything in moderation!! That being said, I love to be in the sun!! I love to eat a nice rare steak!! I love full fat ice cream!! Okay, now here is my problem with his ideas, you don't get the research to back them up unless you pay!!!
Any reputable person/study makes their data available to the person willing to look for it without charging, such as through an online data base or published in a research journal. Some of what Kevin Treudeua touts does work, I have seen it work for some people!! My mother in law lives by his book. I tried a few of the ideas, and saw no real results. My point, some of this works for some people. Evaluate how many people were studied, was it a single study or a series of studies. Even a blind pig will find a truffle once in a while, or even a quack researcher will find something that fits his theory once in a while.
Take it with a grain of salt. I do great with giving up soda and a lot of extra caffine. I didn't give up on coffee totally! I cut back from 2 12-cup pots a day to 2-3 cups per day!! I am not grumpy. My mother in law is grumpy if she has less than 2 pots of coffee a day. It is all personal.
I am a Done Girl and I am a Sultry and Stylin' Shade Seekers!
Somewhere in there he claims to have data but of course he only discloses that if you buy his monthly report or something. I'm curious about the data. I might try it out just to check his claims. I'm skeptical about some of his theories but others ring true. I wonder how much of the data out there that we take for granted is fudged by companies who have a stake in us believing what they want us to believe.
You choose your reality.
Hmmmm... this doctor is talking about stuff a lot like the infomercial guy Kevin Trudeau talks about. Hard to say if they are telling the truth without some serious scientific reseach to back them up.
Here we go again!!
“The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure.” -- Sven Goran Eriksson
"Our doubts are traitors; and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt." -- William Shakespeare
I found an interesting article on the net today and although I don't agree with everything he says, he certainly raises some good questions and started me thinking - What do I believe about what will make me healthy and why do I believe it?
I'd love to here your take on these ideas. If you agree with one of his positions, why do you? If you don't, why don't you?
Also, I would love to see some links to data gathered by someone not supported by a company with a conflict of interest. I bet that kind of data is rare.
I just want the truth!!
You choose your reality.