Has anyone ever heard about it? And maybe tried it? Basicly it's really focused around optimizing your thyroid functions and around hormonal balance. Some of the guidelines are a bit..shall I say...''controversial''; for example he pretty much considers salads and most vegetables ''junk food'' due to the natural toxins in them that far outweight the benefits, the salad he recommends the most is raw carrots with vinegar and coconut oil. He avoids all grains. He avoids fatty fish. He limits muscle meat, preferring organ meat. He avoids PUFAs like the plague, that means avoiding nuts, seeds, most vegetable oils, fish oil etc. He also avoids starches and prefers fruits to potatoes for his carbs needs. He eats a shitload of dairy and milk as far as I understand, and gelatine and fruit (orange juice in particular is a staple food in his diet), he also advocates raw carrots for breakfast and has a favorable view of coffee. This is an excerpt from a thread on his forum: ''- dairy, fruit and meat are the core of his diet. dairy for the protein, calcium, and other nutrients fruits (or other sugars as 2nd choice) for the KAs and EAAs gelatin to balance the aminos and to replace the need for eating animal brains and other organs muscle meat as a supplement for protein magnesium, etc. - he gets from 120 to 150 grams of protein per day. Doesn't feel quite right when he goes as low as 100. A few quarts of milk, several ounces of cheese, gelatin in some form (broth, chicharrones, gummy bears, etc.), at least a quart of orange juice (or equivalent other fruit), and the occasional (rotating) eggs, shellfish, fish, and beef, bison, or lamb, in one or two of his meals. - says one must always balance protein with sugar (fruit being the best) because protein alone lowers blood sugar and you need the sugar to better metabolize the protein. So when he eats protein, he eats sugar with it: about 1:1 fruit to meat, and about 2:1 fruit to cheese. - says best to limit meat due to the tryptophan and antimetabolic properties, but it can be handled if consumed with fruit and gelatin. He does eat meat almost every day, or just beef or lamb broth When the meat is aged he doesn't like the taste so he doesn't eat much of it. - he avoids most vegetables due to their intrinsic (defensive) toxins. He occasionally makes leaf broth for some extra minerals, but usually prefers for a cow to process them for him. Mainly he thinks of them as condiments. - underground (root/tuber) vegetables are okay if cooked for about 40 minutes, and fruit-vegetables (tomatoes, peppers) are okay if you're not allergic to them. - he avoids all other above-ground vegetables, including greens and many herbs (basil, etc) due to toxins (even if cooked) that far outweigh the benefits. - says that cooked young squashes are generally good for everyone, and although raw shredded carrots are "nutrient subtractive," it's good to have a plate of them every day because they lower estrogen (and thus stimulate the thyroid) and accelerate peristalsis.''