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Old 08-22-2013, 12:50 PM   #19
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It would be fair to say my proof is circumstantial, but it's overwhelming. If someone wants to call my adherence to my strict diet as a disorder, that's fine. My disorder also saved my eyesight and has virtually wiped out myy lower back arthritis. Again, circumstantial. However, ii have now stumped 3 eye surgeons, 2 sports medicine docs, and an internal medicine specialist. They have all told me there're is no medical treatment or reason for what has happened. The only changes I made were dietary. I do not know exactly which dietary change or supplement is mainly responsible, but to me it's common sense that it is some combination.

Genetics is not responsible as my family history is one of poor and failing health.

All the Docs have told me now to not change a thing now and to keep doing what I am doing. I do occasionally have a cheat, and ii certainly do not advocate people never should enjoy or indulge in something they love.

You are what you eat.
Well, more power to you. And yes, if went on a particular diet and you started improving at the same time, of course it would be nuts to change anything.

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