sounds like SB!
this isn't a diet either and everything you said applies equally as well to SB. We just can't take you shopping over the internet!
If it works and it's healthy that's all that really matters. I was just commenting that choosing a food based solely
on it's glycemic value can lead to unhealthy choices. It's more about learning to eat the healthy components of lean proteins, lower GI whole grains, starches and fruits, lots of vegetables and some amount of good fats/oils, nuts, legumes and so forth. Most healthy dietary programs converge on those main points. They might differ on suggested quantities or how you get to that healthy eating lifestyle, but that's really up to each individual to work out on their own. That's what P2 is for in the SB program really and it doesn't change much in P3 for that matter.