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Old Fri, Mar-25-11, 11:19
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Plan: Protein Power
Stats: 156/118/120 Female 65 inches
BF:36%/22%/18%
Progress: 106%
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Is the 30-Day Low Carb solution part of PPLP? I loaned out my copy before I read it and can't remember to whom.
I am getting the 6 week cure. I hope I can make it on the shakes.


The 30-Day Low Carb Solution is separate, and I think it may have come out after PPLP, but I'm not 100% sure of it. You might try looking on eBay for another copy. I got my PPLP book on eBay for less than $5 and it was like brand new.
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Old Thu, Apr-14-11, 09:08
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Hello! I found a copy of the first "Protein Power" book at a secondhand bookshop and read it avidly. Although I'm not exactly doing that plan (the food seems too foreign to me) there's one thing I have put into practice: having the adequate quantity of complete protein at every meal. I've even become obssessed with counting protein grams.

After reading PP I am aware of oh how wrong how very wrong was the way I have been eating all these years.

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Plan: Protein Power
Stats: 326/275/150 Female 66 inches
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I think you need to read PP and then you can use the Low Carb Solution for stalls and such. I am rereading PP today and getting back on the bandwagon!
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Old Sun, May-08-11, 17:22
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Plan: PP/PPLP
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I always tell people that they should get BOTH Protein Power AND Protein Power Lifeplan, and read them in that order.

PP came out in 1995 and PPLP in 2000. The emphasis in PP is doing the diet, which is what the publisher wanted according to Dr. Mike. Whereas PPLP is more like a text book, where the science behind PP is told so you can understand the WHY behind their diet. PP had about 450 references, many top tier journals and PPLP about the same. BUT, about half of the PPLP references were published between 1995 and 2000, so the Drs. Eades incorporated NEW research in writing PPLP.
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Old Mon, May-09-11, 05:53
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Plan: Protein Power
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I'm doing it! I just reread it and I'm off! I can't wait to say goodbye to the pounds!
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