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From: Feather Smith (
Subject:         Re: cellulite
Date: December 4, 2012 at 7:52 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: cellulite posted by Dr. Doug Graham on December 4, 2012 at 4:59 pm:

Hey Doug,
It amazes me about the Goldilocks approach. When you say 10% of total calories, you mean just that! Not to much and not to little. It needs to be just right. I am sure that my uptake and utilization of nutrients has increased tremendously on my attempting the 80/10/10 diet.I have overall experienced lots more energy. I did notice in your book 811 that you don't use any apples,carrots or kale. Any reason for this other than carrots are a root vegetable? What do you eat for veggies? I find myself eating mostly lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, red pepper, sugar snap peas, celery and some cabbage? Also when you mix nuts together with citrus, isn't that bad food combining? Mixing fruit with a fat? I know there's a lot out there in the world of strength training but is there someone you would highly recommend? Doug, thank you so much for steering me in the right direction once again. I was about ready to give up on 811, out of pure frustration, and now I can see some light at the end of the tunnel. I feel a new found hope and support. Thank you for your patience and sincere desire to help me. The body in it's innate wisdom knows what it's doing and I've come to respect it tremendously. In gratitude and Light as a Feather

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