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From: Plant-based Tim (76.236.67.144)
Subject:         Jeff
Date: December 5, 2009 at 6:12 pm PST

Hi Jeff,

I'd like to try again to get your response with this question because I think it is
very important to share--especially with those wanting to lose weight or gain
health. If we can assume the following are a rough estimate of calories per
pound:

* Fresh Veggies - 100 calories per pound
* Fresh Fruits - 250-300 calories per pound
* Starchy Veggies/ Intact Whole Grains - 450-500 calories per pound
* Legumes - 550-600 calories per pound
* Processed Whole Grains - 1200-1500 calories per pound
* Nuts/Seeds - 2800 calories per pound
* Oils - 4000 calories per pound

Isn't there a rough estimate of calories per pound for meat and dairy to use as a
comparison?

* Meat - ? calories per pound
* Dairy - ? calories per pound

Also, I have purchased your video "Lighten Up!" and I've thoroughly enjoyed your
video--you did a great presentation. Do you have any other videos of your
lectures available?

Thanks again,

Tim

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