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Diet Wise was a breakthrough for me. I had wondered if I had food allergies besides what I already knew (shellfish), and so I gave the elimination diet a try. Longest 5 days of my life, but very revealing. I eliminated everything he said to, plus I also eliminated potatoes because I was suspecting them as a problem. While on the diet, I ate a container of cashews, and the next morning I awoke to a puffed up left eye. Clearly, I was also allergic to cashews. Now those are eliminated! Also, strawberries gave me a rash on my hands, so I didn’t realize I was intolerant of those, too. After adding back foods one at a time, I look and feel better than ever. I think you can follow Paleo, Atkins, whatever popular diet today and not get the results you want because you are intolerant to foods that most people aren’t. This uncovers what YOU can and can’t tolerate. It’s a good read, good logic behind it. Definitely made me think about some foods I overeat, and I am encouraged to do more food rotating, perhaps consider seasonal foods more.
Diet Wise is an excellent book and the concepts are essential for anyone with health problems. All foods have chemicals in then naturally that some people cannot metabolize. These can cause anything from mild to horrifying symptoms. When I was a child I had horrible stomach aches. I went through various medical tortures including an appendectomy with no benefit. Eventually I figured out that this was caused by eating spicy foods like pepper, garlic, onions and other vegetables considered healthy. As an adult I started having most of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. This included numb hands, barbershop syndrome and extreme difficulty standing and walking. It was much worse on Saturdays and I wondered if going out to eat on Friday nights was causing my problem. I figured out that the corn oil in the restaurant food was the villain and my symptoms went away. Later I found a book reporting that about 70% of MS is greatly improved by removing improper oils from the diet. These are just two examples from my life. This book explains the problem and how to find out what foods might be problems for you. Removing the foods that poison you may be the most important health factor. Even more important than removing processed foods, eating healthy foods, exercise, posture, fresh air, sunshine or any of the other very important health principles. Having this information is vital to people with health problems.
I have read about half of Diet Wise to date (December 2014) and will continue to the end. I recommend it to anyone who has digestive or allergy problems or just would like to learn more about how foods affect one’s health. This book is an eye-opener as far as diet is concerned. The writer, a medical doctor who has worked with patients with serious health problems for more than 30 years, that range from OA to seeming mental disorders, is a veritable fountain of knowledge. He provides you with a detailed elimination diet as well as casebook examples of patients with serious food intolerances. He says that the only diet that’s good for you is the one that doesn’t make you sick. I am a perfect example of someone who attempted to eat all of the right foods, like spinach and broccoli and fruit. However, I am allergic to salicylate and those foods among many others are the worst offenders, along with aspirin (also NSAID) which is offered to patients routinely. . Supplements also contain allergens that many are unaware of. If you have any food related problems, read this book, it contains a fountain of information and advises how to find the source of one’s problems if related to food. The doctor starts out with the 10 most common foods that produce reactions in the majority of people and then instructs one how to deal with other food intolerances after the major ones are cleared. I found out about my allergic reaction to aspirin many years ago, but had no idea until the last few years that all the foods I loved contained salicylate. Abstaining from these foods as much as possible corrected my long standing digestive problems. I’ve read other books about food intolerances, but none as explicit and detailed as Dr. Scott-Mumby. Read it! It might change your life and most certainly your outlook on foods and all of the conventional wisdom that comes to us via the MSM and Internet sources. If I understand it correctly, one’s specific metabolism makes it impossible to eat certain foods and only complete withdrawal will keep you from reactions. Most of the books I’ve read, encourage one to try the offending foods again, but I know from experience that the author is on to something that I’ve not heard before. Read it and become informed!
I really just assumed my issues were part of life. They don’t have to be. Diet Wise covers all possibilities. If you have the desire, to change how you feel, this is the remedy for you. On day 10 and I feel amazing. It’s NOT a weight loss book. It helps you learn if your allergies or sensitivities to certain foods are causing physical and/or psychological problems. WOW, who knew mixed greens would cause a problem.
Last Fall we ordered your book The Psychology of Cancer.
I felt it would be an important addition to our personal library, especially since cancer is so pervasive. Wow! What a great and important read that was and is!One of the most important things I read was about the Hawaiian ceremony of forgiveness. I read and re-read that section and thought about how it applies to myself. Read it again and put it to practice. I’m here to tell you what you already know: it works! And curiously, it seems to have power on both sides of an issue between two people. I followed your suggestion about not telling the person or persons what you are doing; just do it for oneself. When we can acknowledge our own part and forgive ourselves, a long step toward healing has been taken. I recently had opportunity to visit the household of which the person is a part. Last Fall this person had made arrangements to be gone while I was there. This time the person was there and I was greeted with love, the same honest affection that I sought to give. What a joy! Thank you for your sage advice! With gratitude and appreciation,
Diet Wise literally changed my life! I was so ill last winter, (2014) prescribed inhalers, told I’d need to go on oxygen, told I had asthma, COPD, pneumonia, echo cardiograms, CAT scans … I’d feel better for awhile and then I’d be sick again. I started following the suggestions in this book about eliminating foods to see what I might be allergic/intolerant to … and incredibly – within a few short weeks, I was well and have been well ever since. I am now able to occasionally eat a loved food, but as long as I stay away from my intolerance foods, I feel like a million dollars. Start slipping some of the foods back into my diet and immediately begin with burning eyes, nasal congestion, wheezing and I don’t hang around long enough to find out how bad it might get. I am hopeful this coming winter will not be a repeat of last year. I’m hoping that the changes I’ve made in my eating regime will be enough to keep me healthy. I will update next spring. As a personal opinion, Dr. Keith is a bit of arrogance and a whole bunch of down-to-earth truth rolled together into a likeable guy. Don’t always agree with his take on certain views, but am open enough to recognize that he’s onto something and that he has certainly helped restore my health and life. I get a kick out of him. Hope this helps someone out there. 🙂
After my surgery I started one of the many options you suggested in your book of Cancer Research Secrets. It apparently worked and, as forecast by you, I was declared cancer free by my oncologist. I just wanted to say thank you so very much for your insights and your discussions of the numerous options to think about before making these kinds of decisions. Again thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Ever since my mom was diagnosed with cancer I have been on a journey to discover how best to protect my family from getting sick. She has since passed away, and I am still reading and doing research. I stumbled upon Diet Wise. If I had found this book earlier it would have saved me a lot of time. I have learned so much and have applied what I have learned to how I eat. What a difference it has made. As you read the book, everything is explained in such a easy to understand format. I wish doctors would read this book. I believe it would change so many lives for the better to keep people off of drugs. Anything you can do to help yourself stay healthy is worth doing. We don’t have many good bookstores in our area. I am glad Amazon had this. It was delivered quickly.
Many diet books tell you their method is customized for you. They’re all wrong. Diet Wise is truly a program made for each individual person. It’s like a second chance in life to learn what good and bad foods are for my body specifically. The other great thing is that there’s a huge selection of foods to eat during the initial program that will figure out what foods cause problems. I’ve been dieting pretty much all my life and have tried a lot of programs. This is a great one. Dr. Scott-Mumby presents a lot of medical information, but it was very understandable. This program is really unique, and I’d recommend it to everyone.