I just helped my father-in-law order their Primal Plants to try and help a skin condition. During the checkout process they tried to push tons more stuff on him, which made me kinda leery. Seriously, like 7 pages of "act now and get this!" type offerings during checkout. It was really annoying.
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Adding to this thread (found with a search of "Gundry,") as I'm interested in hearing from anyone else trying the diet in "The Plant Paradox."
Interesting concept (remove lectins), and maybe something to try for people who haven't seen progress with "healthy" vegetable-based diets.
The diet overlaps with Dr. Terry Wahls' "Wahl's Warrior Diet." And probably Dr. Mercola's Fat for Fuel diet. Sort of Ketogenic and Paleo, but with the emphasis not on adding anything to the diet, but removing lectins.
The book has clear Yes and No food lists, and some simple recommended products that are not Gundry's own.
It's available in public libraries, so you don't need to buy it.
Yes, Gundry's marketing machine is annoyingly effective, but you can try the diet without buying any of his supplements.
(And selling your product is the American way--I've seen several "LLMD's" who push their own supplements more than this doctor does in his book.)
Not pushing anything here, just looking for feedback about this diet...
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