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Old Tue, Oct-23-01, 17:54
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Old Wed, Oct-24-01, 20:13
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Unique feature about this diet the banning of all fruit and vegetables, until target weight reached. Could we please link also to Mackarness and the Neanderthin diet, which all draw from the same reference sources, notably Stefansson.
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Unique feature about this diet the banning of all fruit and vegetables, until target weight reached. Could we please link also to Mackarness and the Neanderthin diet, which all draw from the same reference sources, notably Stefansson.


Great idea, Andy. But before doing any such crosslinks, I was thinking about a classification system for all the low-carb plans. Something like: Ketonic plans, non-ketonic plans, cyclical plans. Haven't figured out the details, or how to best put it. In addition to a summary table, much like consumer guides.

Some updates as such will be added soon, and suggestions are always welcome.

Wa'il
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Old Thu, Oct-25-01, 18:19
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Hi Wa'il,

You have this way of expressing ideas which immediately gives me a mental picture of how it could look. I have had trouble before, trying to submit tables directly onto the forum, so I'll send you by e-mail a sample of the image that came to me when I read the above post.

Andy
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Hi, I'm going to dive in here. This is my first time and this territory is the most familiar I have found. I have been most greatly reassured and motivated by Steffanson. I am almost 67 and have had blood sugar irregularities, known since I was 28. After a good deal of experimentation with various low-carb regimens and not much good luck, I've gone to a diet that is primarily high-quality (as in grass-fed or the most wholesome I can find) meats, fish, eggs. I have a few other things, but it seems to be absolutely necessary to keep my calories in check as well as carbs. When I indulge in carbs, the desire to eat more inevitably follows. The only other thing I might add is that I had a round of X-ray when I was about 12, ostensibly to keep my tonsils and adenoids from growing back after surgery. I have heard that radiation to this part of the body could cause problems with the pituitary, then to the production of insulin. I am wondering if anyone know more than I about adverse conditions which have resulted from that particular radiation protocol and if it is one reason why I have such difficulty losing weight?

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Old Mon, Oct-18-10, 19:10
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Is anyone currently on Dr. Donaldson's diet?
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Old Mon, Feb-13-12, 12:03
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Dr. Donaldson's book, Strong Medicine, is online, here:

http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?....39015003228171
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