I'm considering Fuhman's "Super Immunity" book. I bought the revised E2L this year, but was disappointed that it really had not changed that much from the previous edition. I hope the immunity book will add more value for readers of his previous work.
I've learned a bunch reading old posts on this board. I especially enjoy science-based posts with citations and links. It is nice to see controversial issues discussed in a civil manner, like the merits of including nuts in the diet.
I've seen Novick's forums on McDougall's site mentioned in this board. Another valuable resource (IMHO) is http://www.happyhealthylonglife.com/ The author is a medical librarian at the Cleveland Clinic and an Esselstyn fan. She is very evidence-based in her postings and cites authoritative resources. Good recipes, too!
Why "raboof"? My usual choices were taken. Inverting the polite form of FUBAR makes a nym that is easy to remember. Like you, my diet is occasionally FUBAR too... View Thread
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