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Good links for those wanting to follow the PHD?

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Created September 05, 2011 at 1:32 AM

Hey everyone, I am looking for more information from other people following the Perfect Health Diet. I just finished reading the book and am still digesting all the information. Mainly I am looking for more information regarding ketogenic fasting, recipes, and food lists.

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on September 07, 2011
at 01:33 AM

Thanks Beth, Kresser's site is pretty interesting.

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on September 05, 2011
at 02:51 AM

Peas? I thought peas while techinically a legume tend to be regarded as a vegetable instead due to being much similar in anatomy to a pod than a legume.

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on September 05, 2011
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I find Chris Kresser's site (http://chriskresser.com) a good complement to the PHD. And frankly, nearly any Paleo resource will be useful. PHD is very close to paleo; it permits some non-paleo starches like rice, tapioca, and peas for one, and for another, is a little more prescriptive re glucose intake (not too much, not too little).

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Thanks, I have spend a lot of time on the authors' site already. I wasn't sure if there was more out there that PHDers could recommend.

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Ummmm.... http://perfecthealthdiet.com/

If you look through the blog posts you'll find lots of very good discussion in the comments.

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on September 05, 2011
at 02:11 AM

I find Chris Kresser's site (http://chriskresser.com) a good complement to the PHD. And frankly, nearly any Paleo resource will be useful. PHD is very close to paleo; it permits some non-paleo starches like rice, tapioca, and peas for one, and for another, is a little more prescriptive re glucose intake (not too much, not too little).

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on September 05, 2011
at 02:51 AM

Peas? I thought peas while techinically a legume tend to be regarded as a vegetable instead due to being much similar in anatomy to a pod than a legume.

C731e054bfe56eb10c9d6d01236183a4

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on September 05, 2011
at 01:54 AM

Thanks, I have spend a lot of time on the authors' site already. I wasn't sure if there was more out there that PHDers could recommend.

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on September 07, 2011
at 01:33 AM

Thanks Beth, Kresser's site is pretty interesting.

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