I hope that it works for you. I really do. If you want to learn more, read Grain Brain by Dr Perlmutter or any Gary Taubes book. Saturated Fats are so good for. Grains should be restricted. Low/medium carb; high fat. Time magazine cover in June talks about eating more butter. Eat what our ancestors ate....minus the grains. Good luck.
08/12/2014 - 8:46pm
Uhm.. I already follow this pretty consistently with a few minor exceptions. It's just common sense. Pretty redundant if you ask me..
06/30/2014 - 11:36pm
It might be healthy. But, it's not realistic for most people. At least long term. It's prohibiting items that most of us can't imagine living without, even as part of a healthy lifestyle. Most eating plans state everything in moderation to avoid feeling deprived. This plan has to many no and not enough yes.
06/16/2014 - 5:56pm
Are you kidding me with the "low fat" yogurt? Read some science journals. Fat is no longer bad. You are an enemy of health Brierley.
06/13/2014 - 9:22am
I am genuinely impressed. Diet advice in a magazine article that doesn't include extreme calorie cuts and DOES include healthy fats. My mother lost 147 pounds at age 42 using the Dash diet and moderate exercise, it is do-able, more affordable than you think and she's kept it off for 6 years :) +1 Eating Well.
05/27/2014 - 9:53pm
Someone put a new name to clean eating habits. Like your article said it's eating the foods we always new to eat.
05/27/2014 - 12:50pm
I found this diet in January by accident while trying to get my blood pressure down. In 3 months including walking...I not only got my blood pressure back to normal but I also lost 30 pounds. The easiest way to describe it is I eat nothing out of a bag, box or can and watch your salt and sugar intake! This diet got me well!! It's not something you should do for a while...you should eat this way all the time. You have to change your lifestyle and it will change your life.