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http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/2012/09/12/nusi/

"The Manhattan Project of diet"

Will be interesting to see what they do.
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WOW  - Truly shocking what hasn't been done in this country!!!

This study has it's work cut out for it - It will be interesting to see how pharmaceutical companies and agri-businesses respond to this...

I wish the researcerch teams all the best -  Congratulations on their endeavor.

The numbers posted regarding The American Cancer Society are the most astonishing to me. Really?!?!?!


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Thanks for posting Lloyd


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Yes, thanks Lloyd!
Loved the guys that suggested "one size doesn't fit all" and "where are the consulting Naturopaths?"
It will definitely be worth watching their outcome!


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The best result is that they can come to is a disagreement about what nutrition people need.  It will take a lot of suspension of reductionism to make that disagreement productive.


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