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  2. Hi Stu,

    Personally I would forget the idea of a 'diet'. All you can do is find a way of eating that works for you. I have made an ebook for my clients that pretty much sums up my views on eating so if you give me your email ill send you a copy.

    As for NT, i just think it has the most common sense approach to food. The word 'calorie' is probably not used in the entire book, nor 'precentage bodyfat', 'ketogenic', 'macronutrients' etc

    Sometimes I think people have gone mad. Who cares if your 8% BF instead of 10%? All that matters is that you feel good, look good and can one day get down on the floor and play with your grandkids. just eat proper food, find out what agrees with you and what doesnt. Nobody can say. But NT discusses things in quite a powerful way. Definitely read it, but dont expect a 'plan' of any kind.
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    Hi Matt
    I've been considering following the Primal blueprint diet after playing around with my diet over the years, with no great success. I'm not overweight 5ft11 and range between 12st - 12st6 but not really looking toned/athletic (Doing ETK and BW on variety days with one sprint day), 1'm 35 and been doing various programmes for over 15 years. On the Nutrition forum I see you recommend the book Nourishing Traditions. I've looked at a couple of reviews of the book on the web, I'm thinking of giving it a try. Would you recommend this over the Primal diet? Any advice you can give would be gratefully received. Thanks
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