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I thought I recalled reading that there were some inaccuracies with portions in the LRD book, is that true?  What are the updates?

I noticed immediately A grains went from 5-7 half cups per day, to 7-9 cups per week.  This is a big difference, curious if the change is new data or a misprint.

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I don't know, but I definitely exceed the grain limit as I eat them probably 3-4x a day and have no problem w/ weight gain


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I typically have three servings, two mini muffins (bout 1/4-1/2 cup flour in them) then some rice or grain later





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Errata and clarifications for Live Right:

http://www.dadamo.com/errata/smartfaq.cgi?cat=1075204426


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I thought I recalled reading that there were some inaccuracies with portions in the LRD book, is that true?  What are the updates?

I noticed immediately A grains went from 5-7 half cups per day, to 7-9 cups per week.  This is a big difference, curious if the change is new data or a misprint.

Thanks!


Where is the 5-7 half cups a day from?

On page 107 of Eat right it is 5-9 cups a week for caucasians.

On Page 206 of Live right it is 7-9 cups a week for caucasian secretors and 5-7 cups a week for caucasian nonsecretors.



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Huh, will check, looks like my memory is fried, lol





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Aha, I see, it was broken up more . . breads were daily, grains weekly, cereals weekly. In LRD they are consolidated





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...like my memory ...


Don't worry about your memory, happens to all of us with all the different books.

Instead focus on how the two-tier system works. Some find it confusing at first.

here are some notes on it:

http://www.dadamo.com/errata/smartfaq.cgi?answer=1075124989

here is an old thread on it:

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-lr4yt/m-1119273365/


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page 118 in LR4YT there is a brief explanation of the two tier system.  
Tier One:  maximize health:
Tier Two: overcome disease:
tiers don't really apply to non-secretors.


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