In defense of low fat - Denise Minger

tandrsc

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Thanks for posting this.

It's taking me forever to read, but I am now less confused about the low/high fat diet thing.
 

Empty

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Yes, me too.
Here is some of the info presented by Denise Minger on a you tube clip called 'Lessons from the Vegans'.

 

Empty

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http://nutritionfacts.org/

This is probably an alternative diet view to that of the mainstream CFS/ME community, who go more for paleo? but worthwhile and interesting I think. It expands on the low fat theme which is why I have not started a new thread.
 

Issie

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I love Dr Gregor site. He keeps me motivated to be Low fat, whole food Vegan. There are other sites that you can learn from to do this in a healthy way:

Forks over Knives
Dr McDougal
Engine 2
Dr Caldwell

And others. Do a search in this circle of people as they all subscribe to and promote this lifestyle.

You have to do it healthy. I use an app to make sure I'm getting my nutrition and keeping my fat low enough and protein high enough. It's a free app and has been a very good aid. Called Sparkpeople.

Issie
 

Empty

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Thanks Issie, that's really great.

I am into the low fat, high carb info currently. But not all raw. Lots of fruit. If one thing was missing from my diets i have tried over the years, it was fruits! I had also developed a problem with citrus etc. But when that went after I improved a bit, it opened up a new avenue of fresh, vibrant, energising, instant nutrition for me. I do really love it.

It is good to feel supported in the science too eating this way. I am making good improvements.
 

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