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Re: Is ER4YT consistent; does it matter?

Posted By: Rox
Date: January-17, 1998 at 17:34:34

In Response To: Is ER4YT consistent; does it matter? (Mike)

Mike,

First of all, I think it depends on how closely
you plan on following the diet. If you want to
follow it 95-100% of the time, then you should
avoid the 'avoids' as much as possible. If you plan
on, say, 70-80% compliancy, then as long the amounts
are either very trivial, like maybe sixth or later
on the list of ingredients of a food/mixture, then
it's probably okay.

Second, you need to listen to your body. When
you eat foods that are on the 'avoid' list, do you
feel bad? Alot of times, if you've truly given up
a food, then when you eat it, you might feel bad.

Basically, you need to listen to your body and ask
yourself how closely you plan on following the
diet.

For myself, I'm in good health, but I have more
energy and sleep better if I follow the diet about
90-95% of the time. But I must admit, I think it's
healthy (mentally) to indulge in your favorite or
comfort 'avoid' food every once in a while.(smile!!)

Hope this helps. Rox



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