Hmmm. Case studies. Well there are none. That is why I have Matt Stone researching it and meeting the people who have been helped. I came to Challens to learn the and interpretting the numbers like Challen does. It's fascinating. But there are no good write ups on the RBTI. But if you keep up with Matt's blog, he is going to do it.
AS far as individualized stuff. It is super individual. Well, there is a basic diet. It's basically kosher foods, and within that it's freedom! There is a reccomended eating schedule, three meals a day, and what food groups to include at each meal, and within that do whatever you want. For instance I had pancakes with syrup and eggs, and some yellow kiwi for breakfast. Lunch is lasagna.
The individual stuff is the water and lemonade. And what you need to do for your set of numbers with that. Also, watching blood Sugar for some, which is more accurate with the urine and takes two seconds when you have to pee.