Muffkin wrote:He has no problems getting his amount in, but I still struggle with the 6 cups of food. I guess my question is... am I harming myself if a couple of days I don't feel like eating all of that? Would I do best by doing 1 cup of each category and then if I feel like it repeat each category? I just haven't seen any information regarding this issue and would love any advice.
pawel96 wrote:Do you have a link to her paper?
I would rather say these people did not take the same cocktail of supplements or minocycline that she does. Hence you can not attribute her success to diet only, it is a "protocol" not diet.
jerrygallow wrote:8 patients completed one full year on her diet, along with mediation, massage, exercise and electro stimulation. (note exercise alone can improve the disease, apart from diet) Six of the eight reported about a 30 percent reduction in fatigue.
That tells me that fully one fourth of the patients followed the diet with NO results. The other 6 (75 percent) only had a modest change in a very subjective area, notoriously susceptible to the placebo effect.
my feeling is that it makes more sense to look at each person's nutrition situation and history to look for any of the various lifestyle reasons for deficits ... which won't all be the same as those found in vegetarians, and won't even necessarily be the same from one type of vegetarian to the next.This confirms my suspicion that her case was uniquely caused by nutritional deficiencies from her vegetarianism. Once she addressed those, she began to recover. You can't promise the same result for other people. It doesn't seem to work for many others
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