Hi, it's been about two weeks since I read the book, and I am doing well on the diet, fair on the exercise, and obviously on the computer too late at night. I have gotten my sister the book, and she is reading it, and making plans to start the protocol herself. That leaves my mother, 85 years old, with Alzheimer's, to think about. She also is under treatment for a blood platelet problem, and I plan to talk to her hematologist about integrating the protocol into her treatment somehow. That's tricky.
For instance: Weight loss is pretty much a foregone conclusion on the diet I'm eating, which is good for me, but would be very bad for mom. We just got her back up to a healthy weight. And this despite her rather impressive sweet tooth. Any ideas as to how to manage her diet a la ReCODE, and keep her weight up at the same time?
And speaking of that sweet tooth: the family had just about decided that at her age, and given the fact that time may be short for her (though in truth, she seems pretty healthy), that she could eat whatever she wanted, and enjoy it. But now that there is a chance of improving her condition...
Oh, and: Some of the foods I eat, like nuts, don't work for her dentures.