I wrote a document exploring some of the data available on the issue of how low is too low for WBC, a topic that has come up here before. If anyone has any other studies to suggest that bear on the issue of health outcomes for WBC levels < 3.5, please send me the links. Thanks. Here is the document:
Joel Fuhrman likes to advocate that lower WBC is almost always good and reassures people eating his (CR-like) dietary style who have below-normal WBC that that is okay (it is "normal" for healthy eating). I looked at all 8 studies he has cited to defend this position as my starting point for the document, also looking at a link about lower WBC in vegans in general. Then I added one study Dean P. had pointed out on these forums.
I have not gone through these forums comprehensively to find all relevant studies, nor done general lit searches, so if anyone knows anything else that should be included, I'm happy to stick it in. Thanks!