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    Perfect 10 Diet by Michael Aziz
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    anniesg posted:
    I searched the site to see if anyone had discussed this diet. He cuts sugar, sugar substitutes; believes in stevia. Lots of vegetables, chicken fish, less red meat. Wondering if anyone has tried it. Thanks
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    Tomato05 responded:
    I haven't tried it, and I'm not likely to (I don't follow any particular diet, just trying to eat less and eat healthy and balanced). However, cutting sugar is always a good thing for anyone.

    As far as I can see, his protein recommendation is quite low (20%). I like to have my protein intake minimum 25% (up to 30% on days when I do a lot of exercise), but that is an individual preference.


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