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Is there any way that you know of to increase the levels of alkaline phosphotase in those of us who have low levels?? Thanks, Lise
Hello, Lise~ Intestinal and serum alkaline phosphatase levels can be normalized through adequate protein intake 4 Your Type. :-D
Hi, I am just starting to hear about your blood type diets. Can you please tell me if you can purchase bread anywhere other then a health food store? Thanks so much. I look forward to hearing from you. Jeri
Sure! You can order it online... or bake it at home... or purchase it at a specialty bakery... or buy it anywhere you find it, really. The KEY is to read those ingredients! It's usually far easier to find *organic* and wheat-free grain products at health food stores, but they are slowly making inroads to neighborhood grocers and supermarkets as well. :-)
Hi On 'On the Diet' Nov 12 there is a letter from a Kevin that says he was told he had RA..... What is RA?.... that doesn't ring any bells to me right now but both my sister and I have a crippling effect when we eat wheat products of any type... thanks Trudy
Hello, Trudy ~ "RA" in this case is rheumatoid arthritis. :-}
Hi Heidi! I read your column about Adukibeans just now! Want to advise a dutch website to you: giving translations in 7 languages including Latin! It is www.foodlexicon.net and the emailadress is: firstname.lastname@example.org Hope 2003 will be peaceful. Enjoy yourself and take care!! Cocky
AH! thanks so much, Cocky, I've bookmarked it!! :-D
Is it possible to get your column via email? A simple text transmittal would be great. It coud include links back to the site when helpful (store, other columns, etc.). I find coming to the website time consuming and I forget as well. If I had your address I could forward you a copy of another newsletter I receive daily that I love (totally unrelated topic). Sharon
Hi, Sharon! We've no plans to set up an email list for this column ~ however, if you set this as your homepage, you'll see it right away when you log in. In Internet Explorer, under Tools > Options, enter this page's URL, or click the "Use Current" button if you're now viewing this page. Feel free to write back here with the URL of that newsletter's signup page ~ I'd love to see it. thanks for your interest!!
Do you have any Practicioners and / or Retailors in Australia? Also, is vegemite (yeast extract popular in Australia), okay for O or B blood groups? Joanne
Hello there, Joanne! There are several listed in the Practitioner Registry on our main page. On the search page, choose to list by country, and enter the term australia. And right here's my column on vegemite! ;-) take good care, dear!
that goes for the rest of you, as well! :-D