Is your pogram suitable for children?

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Barbara Kleine

03 Dec, 2010 05:32 AM

Hi Dr Rosedale,


I am really impressed with the information you have made available on your
website, and in your book. I am eagerly following your program after an
amazing new doctor told me I was insulin resistant, and pointed me in your
direction. Am hoping your program will help to "fix" my struggling kidneys,
stop osteopenia and rebuild my bones, and increase my muscle mass (I don't
need to lose weight, and quite slim, but had major problems with fluid
retention with low GFR and kidney stone problem that has scarred the kidney
tissues, and all the females in my family history have kidney stones,
osteoporosis and almost no tooth enamel - with a mouthful of crowns).


My biggest concern now is with my children, aged 10, 13 & 16. How can I
adapt your program to prevent them inheriting our family's medical problems?
Do they need a little extra protein?


Thank you, kind regards,


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Fiona on 06 Dec, 2010 08:06 AM

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    Dear Barbara,

    Thank you for your email and yes, this diet will be wonderful for you, and for your children. Protein; you are correct, your kids will need a little more protein.

    Wonderful to hear you are on the right path!

    Health and Happiness,

    The Rosedale Team

  2. Fiona closed this discussion on 06 Dec, 2010 08:06 AM.

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