my husband had psoriosis and acne as well as low sex drive and a few other problems (unexplained weight gain--which came from too much pasturized milk, we discovered) all of which were 'healed' in about a month on the diet. pretty amazing.
i'm vegetarian but have basicly followed many NT ideologies for a long time (whole foods, etc), and i rarely get sick (except last fall when i had a recurrent sinus issue due to an unusual pollen that was more abundant than usual--very unusual for the area, etc) and am very, very strong and healthy (most people are surprized at how much weight i can lift for my size, etc).
we don't have any children, but our rabbit, October J is now 9 years old. A little over a year ago, his eyes were getting 'cloudy' looking and he had stopped exercising (moving about) as much as usual (he's a free-roamer in the house). he started gaining a bit of weight (not healthy weight), and was a bit 'blue' most the time (sad/depressed).
I took him to the vet, who told me to begin to prepare for his death--as he was 8 and most rabbits don't live that long (some can live to be 18 or more!). Well, i didn't like that talk.
So, i brought him home and i figured out what the 'traditional' diet for a rabbit might be, and then 'riffed' on it. i increased his greens (mixed organic salad, herbs, and then things like carrot, beet, and other 'tops,' collard and mustard greens, etc), gave him more veggies, and then also bought him organic dried fruit. WE also give him a lot of anti-oxidant rich dried berries--his favorite being tibetan goji berries. we decreased his pelllet food (necessary for added, dry fiber--he doesn't take to eating timothy hay as he should), gets the same water that we get (filtered, mineral supplement, etc), and of course is kept very clean.
within a month, his eyes were clear, he was dancing like a baby bunny, he's very mobile, active, and curious, back to his old tricks, incredibly healthy. He is in 'perfect weight' (good muscle and strong bones too!), and now when a new vet sees him they think he's 3 or 4 at the most and are shocked to hear that he's 9.
they say "whatever you're doing, keep doing it! he's the healthest rabbit we've ever seen!"
i truly believe that animals need 'people food.' processed food is as bad for animals as it is for humans!