Because of one thing and another, i'm slow in presenting the news -- my husband gave the Strong Medicine protocol the ol' college try, and concluded that it isn't for him. He faithfully played the game for three days, and got thoroughly bored with it ... AND said he wasn't feeling very well either.
Of course, three days didn't get him past the low-motility phase (i was doing it with him, and nor did i adjust in that fashion). However, i "allowed" him to quit at the point he did because of his first objection -- if the dietary tedium got to him so quickly, there's no way he can do this long-term. Sustainability is immensely important when choosing a dietary plan to live with for (essentially) the rest of your life.
I came up with a new way to compromise in our shared dietary future: he gets an additional side of bagged salad with home-made (low-omega6) dressing to add fat calories and bulk to every lunch and dinner we have at home. He's much more fond of salad than i am, and tolerates lettuce just fine (while i don't). Since i learned the stick-blender method of mayonnaise production, it'll be quite simple to churn out plenty of good dressings, especially since my daughter gave me the MDA recipe book of sauces and dressings for my birthday (thanks, L!).
For my part of the food landscape, i'll continue to go meat-heavy while being careful of what vegetable-matter i use by way of garnish. Realizing that some of my intolerances may be related to my intestinal flora, i recently began a probiotic containing C. Butyricum (and a couple of other "bugs" -- thanks for the inspiration, George!) in hopes of improving diversity of population in there. I've also been inspired by Kindke's recent post to increase my intake of carnitine, and i just ordered a bottle of a high-potency liquid version....
We'll see how these tweaks succeed! As Wooo pointed out, there's still a couple of months to profit from summer's seasonal benefits before autumn's fat-encouraging qualities descend on us again.