I’ve had various e-mails over the years from buyers of that “protocol” - and none very favorable.
Now, I haven’t read it so who knows. Only throwing out there that I haven’t heard positive things about it, and I hear positive things about just about everything, at least from some proponents.
When it comes to nutrients, my own take is always the same boring Jake-ism: “Have you confirmed there to be a problem, first?”
I know, so stupid.
But I like to go to a lab, get all the relevant blood panels done, confirm my levels, and know whether I have a deficiency. Vs. just reading a thing online and then popping a pile of supplement pills.
Either way it’s a good idea to look at your blood panels. Lots there telling the story of your likely future well-being, and an easy way to get tangible data on things that may warrant a bit of closer consideration.
(I found a lot from mine, like learning how sugar was very tangibly affecting things, and that my thyroid wasn’t working, and that my B12 levels were below any acceptable level - no symptoms for anything, a very surprising pile of experiences there.)
Note here as always, take this as just as a comment from someone who has absolutely no authority or special status on this subject. I’m a total nothing on the nutrition front, or even just saying above … not even qualified to suggest getting blood work done. I know about myopia only, everything else is just a guy who likes to look at and tinker with absolutely way too many things.
Though it is an enormous rabbit hole. And another risk to get sucked into Internet unicorn farming. Take this one thing from me, be super super careful when it comes to this topic, and taking advice online. Till you learn how to spot it (Google Scholar be your friend!), there’s a lot of possibly tempting massive unicorn farming for just about everything. People be craaazy!