The client got their Starting Point Measurements, that include their hydration and their health number.
His health was rated at 10%. He ate a vegan diet, which means no animal foods, not even eggs, or milk.
When he shifted to the Bulletproof Diet his health number jumped to 20%.
Encouraged, he asked for a full health consult... That was a few days ago... and now his health number is 30%. The new rise is partially still due to the Bulletproof Diet, and partially the new food list/eating style.
What is the difference between his standard Bulletproof Diet and his individual diet?
- 1. he has now no mammals' flesh, except an occasional serving of soft fleshed veal. His main protein source is fish, seafood, nuts, and seeds.
- 2. absolutely no grains. A severe restriction on carb-containing foods, his most carb-rich food is red beets. Why? Because his unique situation with immune system destroying Candida, that needs to be kept in check.
- 3. no oils... I have given an exception for the one cup of Bulletproof coffee, that has coconut oil in it... but no coconuts, even though he loves them. Why? Muscle test said "no".
- 4. no butter, no dairy at all
Let me make some distinctions clear.
What do I mean by generic health programs?
Generic means a one size fit most approach.
And, of course, one size doesn't fit most. But...
if the underlying assumptions for the species align with the majority of the target audience's need, it will work to the degree that there are no individual specific needs. In my humble opinion, the Bulletproof Diet will work for 30% of North American people famously.
What about the 70%? It won't work for them famously, in fact it won't work at all.
Here is the The Bulletproof Diet's pdf rules.
To be able to assess the Wild Fit program in detail, I need someone's before and after... Do you know anyone who is thinking of starting that program?