"" | Rosedale Diet was created by Ron Rosedale, and M.D. centered in Denver, Colorado. Ron Rosedale, M.D. - Metabolic Effects of Insulin. I like the principles of this diet, and I think it's a healthy one to follow. However, I find myself favoring The Fat Resistance Diet by Leo Galland. The Fat Resistance Diet contains some wonderful recipes, though it does permit (even encourage) more carbs like fruit. Even so, I find I'm still losing weight and feeling quite good on the Fat Resistance Diet. Rosedale is a lot more disciplined about carbs, striving for a continuous ketosis state.

The Rosedale Diet
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Lou — 22 April 2008, 04:34

Totally confused after reading all your information sites! What are we exactly to be doing to maintain optimum health. Please keep it simple!

Brent — 28 April 2008, 07:30

Apologies for the confusion, Lou. I'm still researching. I probably should just hold off posting stuff until I reach some conclusions, but I tend to use this site as a notebook, so most everything is a work in progress. But your point is quite important, and I'll see what I can do to consolidate information and perhaps delay posting until I've reached some conclusion.

As far as diet, I'm favoring the Fat Resistance Diet by Leo Galland. I'm also very keen on Gary Taubes book, Good Calories, Bad Calories which pulls together a lot of what I've found during my reading--and then some. The message I get over and over again is that once populations are exposed to processed carbs (flour, sugar, etc.), chronic diseases like heart disease and cancer go on the rise. The evidence is exceedingly clear, and Taubes reviews the research from many different angles. So that finding is my guiding principle.