July 17, 2007

Dakota Diet works (so far)

Film follows Plains diet experiment

Pine Ridge man improves health with buffalo, flax, fishA Rapid City doctor developed the program, and it caught the interest of filmmakers Sam Hurst of Rapid City and Larry Pourier, also of South Dakota.

Their film, “Good Meat: How the Lakota Got Fat and Beau LeBeau Changed His Life,” documents how LeBeau adopted “The Dakota Diet: Health Secrets from the Great Plains,” a book written about a diet developed by Dr. Kevin Weiland.

The diet focuses on eating foods from this area: buffalo and wild game, fresh fish, soy and flax seed.

LeBeau has lost more than 60 pounds.

1 comment:

russell said...

Writerfella here --
Oh, great, another faddist imbroglio! What next? THE WOUNDED KNEE DIET: Become Buff While Under Siege By The FBI! Or THE PINE RIDGE COMMOD COOKBOOK: How To Declare Overwieght As Surplus Using Government Surplus!
All Best
Russ Bates
'writerfella'