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From: Bronwyn (124.168.201.44)
Subject:         Misrepresentation of 80-10-10
Date: November 12, 2013 at 7:38 pm PST

Dear Dr Graham,

I was wondering if you're concerned about the misrepresentation of your
research and findings on certain HCLF websites. One very well known site
references your 80-10-10 book and it alone as required reading for new
members. It then contradicts your findings by recommending one size fits all
calorie requirements which are significantly higher to those in 80-10-10 and
includes food products which your book excludes.
Surely it is acceptable to say the website's diet and lifestyle has been inspired by
your research, but to claim that it adheres to your diet and lifestyle principles,
so much so that every member must read 80-10-10 and then to indirectly
suggest your findings are wrong is misrepresentation?

With love and gratitude,
Bronwyn

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