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on 27 September 2013
The idea of detoxification and/or incorporating as much fruit and vegetable into the diet,I have no qualms with. Also reduction of protein intake to no more than is necessary,valid point. My grouse is with her food pairings. Proteins and starches don't mix? I'm scratching my head in confusion. Nature avails us of plants that have both protein and carbohydrate content, are those bad then? Examples- quinoa( which the writer lavishly praises), millet,oats,etc.
If we were designed to eat food groups in isolation,then why do we already have them in combination in nature? I eagerly await a response on this,Ms Snyder.
The people who have achieved the healthiest states they can be mostly from diet are those who do a lot of fruits and vegetables,fish and drink a lot of water. Everything else in moderation. That's why the Okinawas are so famous.
Enough already with all these fads,it's becoming annoying. And to nail the coffin,Drew Barrymore is said to be an avid follower of this lady's plan. Well, that's all the proof I need that apart from a few good tips,the rest should be taken with a nano- pinch,if any,of salt.