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02 Aug, 2017 10:02 PM
I found the Rosedale diet in the beginning of May and that's when I started it, but had problems working out the proteins and fats. However, by the end of June I got it all together and have been on it since the 30-Jun-2017 -about 5 weeks now.
I have felt fine and was never out of energy and never felt bad starting out. But that might have been because I switched into the Rosedale diet straight from being on the Atkins diet for some time. The change was only in the proteins and fats - not that much dietary change.
It is now early August and would like to find out how to tell if I am now ready to consume some saturated fats like the fats in beef. In other words how can I tell if I am converting fats into energy efficiently now. What are the signals of readiness?
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