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Hi, new member here. I've been suffering with God awful symptoms just like the rest of you and have been doing all kinds of research on this stuff. What I've come across is the book "Life Without Bread" by Wolfgang Lutz and Christian Allan. It truly is a life-changing book. It will really open your eyes and help most of you with your issues i guarantee it. I won't go into detail about it here i just wanted to let you all know because i feel it has had a profound impact on my health and i want to help others, because it so simple and provides so much relief... i feel like my old self again.

.....seriously, this is no joke tell your friends

Adam

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Hi, new member here. I've been suffering with God awful symptoms just like the rest of you and have been doing all kinds of research on this stuff. What I've come across is the book "Life Without Bread" by Wolfgang Lutz and Christian Allan. It truly is a life-changing book. It will really open your eyes and help most of you with your issues i guarantee it. I won't go into detail about it here i just wanted to let you all know because i feel it has had a profound impact on my health and i want to help others, because it so simple and provides so much relief... i feel like my old self again.

.....seriously, this is no joke tell your friends

Adam

I just read the review of this book and it looks really interesting. Thanks for positing this! It looks like it will really be a great addition to my library. Personally I have found I have to tread an even keel and practice moderation with the carb/protein/fat thing since I have tender kidneys that don't want an excess of protein. Nevertheless I have done well veering more towards the low carb diet and certainly do eat my share of fats and oils as well as meat--and whole milk in the form of 24 hour fermented yogurt (to avoid the lactose).

I have noticed with books proposing a nutritional theory that the thing to remember is that we are all a bit different. Its better in my opinion to do trial and error and see what works best for oneself--though it seems eating a lot of greens and staying off processed foods and sugars is best for most everyone.. whether or not one eats a lot of meat vs carbs etc. or not or is a vegetarian. Just wish I could eat beans, fruit, nuts and more eggs and cheese without ill effect!

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Yes, I agree. I first believed that food allergies were the problem, or possibly some kind of infection, then maybe Celiacs disease. I tried a Gluten-free Casein-free diet, then the SCD diet. While helpful, it didn't resolve my issues. This book basically takes the SCD diet a bit further by limiting all carbs, including fruits, to 72 grams a day. But its also unique in that it promotes the liberal consumption of fats and protein. truth is, I think everyone can benefit from this diet. I agree we're all biochemically unique in our own way; but i think humans in general are not designed for high carb consumption, which has become glaringly obvious to me at this point

I've read other books that indicate the dangers of a high carb diet (these are not diet books, these are health books). "Life Without Bread" actually confirms this with clinical proof. And its not difficult either. Once you feel the benefits, you won't even question it. Its a must read, its very thorough and will most likely address any skepticisms you might have. Also check out "Good Calories, Bad Calories" another good read.

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