redryder wrote: I'm having a really hard time implementing Dr B's recommendation to obtain 75% of daily caloric load from fats. Any suggestions or recommendations. Thanks to one and all for this forum, and for any responses. Ciao, Bambini!
We are so grateful that you found us, Bambini. There are so many awesome people and resources here, so please allow me to show you how to get around the community. One great resource is the Primer written by a doctor who is herself, ApoE 4/4. It is an introduction to ApoE4 and possible prevention strategies. Also, the How-To Guide can help you navigate the ApoE4.info website. And theWIKI page should be really helpful with sections containing information on insulin resistance, ketosis and much more! We hope you love it here and find all you need.redryder wrote:What a wonderful resource this is! We started our journey about a year and a half ago, when we heard of, ordered, read, and have been trying to implement (the recode protocol in) Dr. Bredesen's first book...She has had a cognoscopy, from which we learned she is ApoE3/4, and gluten-sensitive. I'm having a really hard time implementing Dr B's recommendation to obtain 75% of daily caloric load from fats. Any suggestions or recommendations. Thanks to one and all for this forum, and for any responses. Ciao, Bambini!
redryder wrote:Looking for some input on the following diet questions: we've entirely -- and successfully -- eliminated processed sugar from our diet, and occasionally drink kombucha, among other things (not fruit juice, nor wine nor beer). What are your thoughts on drinking commercially prepared kombucha (GT's and Synergy brands specifically) that is flavored (and yes, sweetened.... not overly, but substantially) with kiwi juice and raspberry juice? The sugars total about 18g in an 8 oz serving, and I wonder if we're fooling ourselves thinking this is a good substitute. Second, am I correct in thinking that hard cheeses are generally preferable to soft cheeses? If so, why is that and are there some cheeses that are definitely preferable to others? TIA for any and all answers .
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