I think it's unfortunate that there's no wikipedia article the HCRV diet, and I think we should change that (was already noted in 2009). Now, incomplete articles with not enough references and scientific backing are likely to be deleted, so we need to make something good.
I created a sandbox where we can work on the article and refine it:
[EDIT] You don't have to have an account to edit the page. Also, if you don't (want to) know the wiki writing style, just write plain text. I can layout, make links, etc. later on.
How to write a wiki article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Your_first_article
Wik editing tutorial: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Tutorial
If everyone adds a just a teeny tiny bit of info, I'm sure we can create a great article.
Please, everyone, help out!
Thanks in advance :-)
One criticism that I think it will get is the "Dr." part in Dr. Doug. He's a chiropractor, not an MD (although knows way more than 99% of the MDs out there in nutrition!).
I also think that the similarities between 80/10/10 and Okinawa Diet (of the Okinawas, some of the highest life-expectancies in the world) should be mentioned. Their food intake (albeit not 100% vegan or fruit-based) follows the same calorie nutrient breakdown (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okinawa_diet) - although many people think that it's because it's a low-calorie diet.
I think Adam should definitely take a part in this :).
All criticism should go on the page. If it's an all-positive advertisement article, it's likely to be deleted, so we should try to be as objective as possible.
Making a separate section about Dough and the book would make sense, I think...
Correction: "follows the same macronutrient calories breakdown" it made sense in my head!