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    Perfect Health Diet - Newest Edition

    Is anyone reading the newest edition, with the Forward that was written by Mark?
    Perfect Health Diet - A diet for healing chronic disease, restoring youthful vitality, and achieving long life
    65lbs gone and counting!!

    Fat 2 Fit - One Woman's Journey

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    I am so loving it!!
    I bought it on Kindle but realized I needed a hard copy,
    so looking for it from Amazon any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudyCr View Post
    I am so loving it!!
    I bought it on Kindle but realized I needed a hard copy,
    so looking for it from Amazon any day.
    Same here. I love my Kindle, but it really does not have the ease of flipping back and forth like a hard copy, which I think is necessary w/this book!

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    Loving it here too! So much useful information and easy to read presentation of up-to-date science.

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    I haven't ordered the new edition yet, but it's definitely on my list of books to add to my personal library

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    Mark may have given his seal of approval on it, but I still prefer a little thing called "the Primal Blueprint."

    But maybe that's just me being crazy and talking out of my ass here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumroll View Post
    Mark may have given his seal of approval on it, but I still prefer a little thing called "the Primal Blueprint."

    But maybe that's just me being crazy and talking out of my ass here...
    It doesn't seem much different than PB... just a really good book with more info and science than PB and perhaps a bit higher in carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by healthy11 View Post
    It doesn't seem much different than PB... just a really good book with more info and science than PB and perhaps a bit higher in carbs.
    I'd say a pound of starch a day is a little more than a "bit" higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumroll View Post
    I'd say a pound of starch a day is a little more than a "bit" higher.
    Actually, a pound of sweet potato works out to 96 grams of carbohydrate (Nutrition Data, based on 6g/oz). Add in a large banana (31 g carbohydrate) and you get 127 g of carbs. That's well within Mark's recommendation for weight maintenance (100 to 150 g of carbs).

    I read the first edition of the PHD, and I just got my copy of the newest edition from Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouse View Post
    Actually, a pound of sweet potato works out to 96 grams of carbohydrate (Nutrition Data, based on 6g/oz). Add in a large banana (31 g carbohydrate) and you get 127 g of carbs. That's well within Mark's recommendation for weight maintenance (100 to 150 g of carbs).

    I read the first edition of the PHD, and I just got my copy of the newest edition from Amazon.
    Mark's recommendation is to get most of that carb count from veggies though. He does eat starches, but not on a regular basis as I understand it. Certainly NOT daily.

    Not saying the PHD is wrong, but that is one BIG divergence from the PB.

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