bikerman wrote:Does anyone know how this relates to APOE4 and AD? In other words, besides the Ketoflex 12/3 diet, do we also need to eliminate or reduce Lectins in our diet? Is there any relationship between Lectin's and AD?
shacherry wrote:Can you give us an example of how you started your reduction of Lectins and what you eat now?
shacherry wrote:I have a bit of a philosophical question. It has been nagging me ever since I began to snoop around this website. That is the end game is to have screening tests blood cognitive tests match what AD experts deem optimal for long-term prevention of dementia and heart disease. So it might not take some people such a restrictive change in diet to reach that goal right? It seems to me its all about our unique sweet spot. I am going to play around with cutting nightshades and see if that feels different in a good way in my body and changes my lipid and inflammation profile. ( mine, as they stand now with the basic tests are in good shape).
shacherry wrote:TheresaB, I hope you get this reply because I am really bad at using the quotes to ensure a person gets the email notification that they have been referred to in a post.
TheresaB wrote:Big salad using Dr Terry Wahls protocol of 1/3 greens with three different types of greens, 1/3 sulfurs with three different types of sulfurs (like mushrooms, onion, etc) and 1/3 colored with three types of colors (raw beets, raw carrots, etc) deviating from Dr Wahls protocol by eliminating any high lectin vegetables. The salad always has a half an avocado for more healthy fat.
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