I am always amazed at the lazy skepticism shown
so often by many "interested" in this approach
Being told what is very good for you and very
bad for you, if you accept the idea as
plausible, is incredibly useful information.
If you think it is ridiculous, forget about it
and go your own way. My question: How difficult
could it possibly be?
I joke that we are lucky that arsenic doesn't
taste "good" lest we all be dead. (Oh, I can't
give up eating arsenic, I LOVE the taste of it)
Substitute your favorite AVOID in the place of ar-
senic. I think it is the same fallacy.
Do yourself a favor and, at least, leave out
the avoids in your diet for a month. If you
do not feel a tremendous difference in your
well-being you are either in worse shape than
you thought or you have a unique system, one
that doesn't respond to this diet.
I have proselytized this diet to, at least,
50 people in the last year. Those who give it
a serious try, continue doing it. They have no
problem giving up the avoids and finding the
With all the investment mania going on, the
D'Adamo diet is the best performing mutual fund
for your future health you have available.
I would recommend a really good group insurance
plan if you find it a bother to follow this
advice. Even if all we had to go on was anecdotal
evidence there has been enough experienced by
myself and presented to me through this web-site
to easily convince.
Be your own doctor. Do the research on yourself
and make a decision based on your own experience.
Why wait the, probably, ten years for the idea to
be accepted as mainstream.
Excuse my harsh tone but I do get annoyed when
people have a spark of realization within them-
selves that something is right, yet wait for
it to be proven. Prove it or disprove it
(A committed do-it-yourselfer)