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From: Mark Tyler (50.154.17.127)
Subject:         Reversal vs Halting Progression
Date: February 14, 2014 at 8:53 am PST

Dear Dr. Pinkney,

I've noticed that some people on a reversal diet are able to
reverse virtually completely, and some appear to be only able
to halt further progression of the disease.

Not to trivialize the latter outcome, since they can still
make themselves heart attack proof, but do you think the
difference in outcome is one more of personal chemistry, or
level of compliance?

It occurs to me that some are not compliant when they think
they are, because they have not studied and implemented
carefully enough. I have been guilty of that myself when I
first tried this regimen.

It also occurs to me that one could be compliant, and get a
different outcome depending on _how_ they complied. For
example, if I eat multiple helpings of kale instead of
multiple helpings of whole grain bread, might I not see a
different level of reversal?

Thoughts?

Mark

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