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Cisna's "bad cholesterol" actually dropped from 249 to 170, and he said he "embarked on the diet to show how we can eat anything as long as we stick to 2,000 calories per day and stay close to the recommended dietary allowances for nutrients."


I agree. It really doesn't matter what you eat as long as you burn more calories than you take in.

Twenty four years ago at the age of 41 I was ready to go back to work full-time. I spent the entire summer recording every single thing I ate. I kept my calories count between 1500 and 1800 calories a day which is pretty generous for a 5 foot tall woman.
I lost 17 pounds.
There were times I ate most of my calories before noon which meant apples, grapes, lettuce for the rest of the day.
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