What’s new in Version 9.2?
- In version 9.1, the Daily Schedule stated Bee Pollen dosage as 1 tsp per day. But the Dosage Notes in the recommended products section stated ½ tsp of Bee Pollen per day. The correct answer is that you should work up to a dosage of between ½ tsp to 1 tsp per day. Corrections and notes have been applied in version 9.2.
- In version 9.1, the Daily Schedule stated Rice Bran dosage as 1 tsp per day. But the Dosage Notes in the recommended products section stated 1 tbsp per day. The correct dosage is 1 tsp per day. Corrections have been applied in version 9.2.
- In version 9.1, the Daily Schedule had Diatomaceous Earth (DE) in the “Early Morning (away from food)”, and Rice Bran (RB) “Before Bed (away from food)”. But some people take medication first thing in the morning, and they can’t take DE or anything else at this time. Since both DE & RB need to be taken away from food, and they also need to be taken away from each other and from other supplements, this can pose a timing challenge. Therefore, the solution for those in this situation is to alternate between DE & RB every other day; taking one or the other right before bed.
- In line with previous note, the Daily Schedule was updated: “Before Bed” was renamed to “Evening”; and Taurine was moved from “Before Bed” to “With Dinner” because it is fine to take Taurine with food.
- Clarified “Stop #7” to specify that it’s the “synthetic” forms of Ascorbic Acid, Citrate, and Citric Acid found in supplements and packaged foods that you want to stay away from as best as you can. Naturally occurring Citric Acid in fruits like oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, etc. are totally fine — in fact, they are encouraged!
- Clarified that the tiny amount of Citric Acid in Trace Minerals Boron (Phase 3, Step 2) is negligible. Morley has been using this brand with his clients for many years and has never had any issues with it.
- Added Pure Encapsulations Magnesium Glycinate back to the list of recommended Magnesium Supplements (Phase 1, Step 4) as it was mistakenly excluded in version 9.1. Also, the amount of Ascorbyl Palmitate is negligible.
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