I consume five pounds of MSM every three months.
I do not find loose stools to have anything to do with MSM. I have found
coffee drinking to be more a cause of that. I wish I did not love it
as much as I do.
I think MSM is a good adjunct to the diet and credt it, secondarily,
with the elimination of my severe (now just whimpers) gout attacks.
It seems to be beneficial to my complexion and hair. It seems to aid
recovery from hard work-outs. But, one could argue these benefits
would occur from just following the diet alone. I am not willing to
stop taking the stuff for fear of upsetting the balance I have achieved.
In closing I ask, is there anyone on the Harvard faculty who has anything
worthwhile to say? This latest "Fads" book is a laugh. Must be written
from the same mindset that is convinced there are no differences between
men and women (either!). They probably think McDonald's French fries
are an acceptable form of "vegetables".
In their minds, the only differences that exist are between the Harvard
elites and everyone else.
I know that in ten years Dr. D'Adamo's idea will be mainstream and someone
at Harvard will be telling us it was all their idea.
Not even a "real" physician ... Thank God! (no dashes for me, Dr. D'Adamo)