It does sound extremely intriguing.
I’ve been very open to experimentation this year, but I’m beginning to learn that the only things that work “REALLY WELL” are the extremely well-known, popular methods.
They got this way for a reason. I know you want to think you’re the one who can try this ‘alternative’ method with results that blow away the masses, but for whatever reason, it’s usually unrealistic.
I’m not putting you down in any way, I have been in this position and it’s how my head likes to work. I want to think more deeply and figure out the ‘other way’, but it’s just not worth it most of the time.
If you DO happen to have the passion for trying new things and are willing to sacrifice whatever you may have to lose (time, money, patience, etc), then I will almost always encourage being the one to try it in order to give the rest of us an opinion. It may suck, nobody can really say, but if you (whoever) do it, YOU can tell us it was a waste of time.
Even if your goals are not realized as they played out in your head, consider this: you may learn something completely unrelated and unexpected that will help you when the experiment is over.
For example, I’m ‘experimenting’ with the Anabolic Diet. The first month I realized through the necessity of keeping a food log where my diet was PREVIOUSLY falling short when my OPINION sang a different tune.