Hi, Eric:

This is a good question, and it is dificult to answer with just a number:

If however, I had to pick some numbers, they would be: NSD <4% and LSD <8%.

The problems, past the degree of processing, are things like volume and timing. Certainly, we cannot consume a high starch food and then lower the percentage by consuming a large volume of low starch foods. Overeaters get arthritis at much higher rates than the general population, and this is one contributing reason.

And, we have a moving target: As our tract begins to heal, some of us can 'get away' with a few adventures into starchville's suburbs with impunity--that is why we are constantly 'expermenting.'

Best to You,
John



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