Archives for: September 2007
Guten Tag meine lieben Leute :-)
in den letzten Monaten kann man immer mehr beobachten, wie sich viele 9xKluge an ob. genannten Themata versuchen; oftmals mit Erfolg, der Weg dahin ist ein anderer als BTD, aber zum Teil grausam teuer
und eine Gleichmacherei die sich gewaschen hat.
Ich hatte verschiedene Blutgruppen zum Austesten und dann haben wir verglichen mit ob. gen. Varianten:
Leute erschreckend....wirklich erschreckend. Meine letzte Patientin in dieser Richtung, ein O-nonnie wurden
Empfehlungen mitgegeben die auf einen A-ler gepasst hätten. ........ und als wir dann meine Testergebnisse daneben legten, na so sah die Welt für sie schon wieder ganz freundlich aus :-)
Bezugnehmend auf Peter's Aussagen auch vor einigen Monaten, so darf ich heute nochmals darauf hinweisen, dass BTD (nächstens GTD) wirklich die einzige klinische bewiesene Methode ist der Ernährungsweise, welche uns nachweislich hilft bessere Gesundheitsergebnisse zu erzielen und dann auch in kürzester Zeit.
Weiterhin gutes Gelingen wünscht Euch heute mit den
allerbesten Wünschen und Grüssen
Hello all :-)
in the last few months I observed so called 9x cleverle which are just trying to go for the aboved named themata in a form of one diet for everybody or computerstandardized questionings with a blood analyze
made before is given as the very first approach to the so called metabolic balancing or typing.
So I made the test with several bloodtypes and compared them with mine; folks, amazing how Peter is accurat with his advices and folks ...impressionant how fals have been those advices for an O'nonnie which should have to follow a Bt. A eatingplan :-(......so when we compared my testresults with her's she got much happier coz she felt that it was the better & right according to her selfknowledge plan
then ever before. All such tests are also in my oppinion too expensive without hitting the point .......
According to Peters statements some weeks before, I want to point out that ther's a real, proven and clinical proven way to get onto a good metabolic adapted diet; its name is BTD (soon GTD) but none of the others I saw until now is that valid than the bloodtype diet. We all got whithin shortest time best results; of course also coz we know right now also our secretor status.....which is the A and Z to this
form of eating :-)
I wish you all the best till now, have fun and take care of yourselfs
truly yours Isa
For decades I’ve been trying to improve my health. Only a few things (such as mercury-free dental fillings, natural progesterone cream and the Blood Type Diet) have helped significantly, and even those things have not gotten at the root of my problems. I had just about concluded that I was doomed to feel increasingly crummy for the rest of my life.
Then in July, my cousin emailed me that her recent endoscopy and biopsy had turned up an ulcer, a hiatal hernia – and Celiac Disease!
I had always considered Celiac Disease to be a real long shot in my case, because my symptoms didn’t really match the typical description. (If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, see “What Is Celiac Disease,” below.) Besides, it was thought to be extremely rare, affecting perhaps one person in 5,000. (And I certainly wasn’t about to undergo the diagnostic procedure, an intestinal biopsy that wasn’t even completely reliable.)
But my cousin’s email prompted me to do some Internet research, and how things have changed! Recent studies show that roughly one American out of 133 is suffering (generally unbeknownst to them) from Celiac Disease. And roughly one person in three carries the genes for it!
Newer diagnostic methods include laboratory tests for gluten antibodies in the blood or the stools, now considered just about as reliable as a biopsy. There’s even a cheek-swab DNA test to tell whether a person has the Celiac genes.
The list of recognized symptoms has increased dramatically as well. My cousin’s father, who had a chronic “nervous stomach,” also developed many other Celiac symptoms, such as loss of all feeling in his lower legs – so she is reasonably certain that she finally knows “what was wrong with Daddy.” His brother – my father – also had a “nervous stomach,” plus a host of other mysterious problems such as gallstone-type symptoms without any gallstones (at the age of thirty!), so we figure he was probably a Celiac as well.
When I shared this news with Hubby, he said sympathetically that he sure hoped I don’t turn out to have it too. I said, “Are you nuts? I’d be absolutely ecstatic! After all these years, I would finally know what’s wrong with me – and I’d actually be able to do something about it!”
What Is Celiac Disease?
Celiac Disease is not the kind of “disease” that you can catch, and it’s not even really curable. I’m not an expert, but from what I’ve read, it starts with a genetic condition. If you didn’t inherit certain genes from your parents, you cannot ever develop Celiac Disease.
If you do have these genes, you are susceptible, but you may or may not ever develop Celiac Disease. The genes simply cause your body to be suspicious of a protein called gluten, which is found only in wheat, rye, barley, and closely-related grains such as spelt, Kamut, and triticale. Apparently, the more gluten you eat and/or the longer you eat it, the more likely you are to actually develop Celiac Disease. (Other stresses may increase your chances as well.) What happens is that your body begins to manufacture antibodies against gluten. Unfortunately, unlike antibodies that fight the flu, these particular antibodies are far from helpful. Over time, they begin to destroy the lining of your intestines, so that you can no longer fully absorb nutrients from your food or supplements.
Once you reach this point, continuing to eat even tiny amounts of gluten can cause the continued production of antibodies and the continued destruction of your intestinal lining.
Symptoms often include obvious digestive problems such as gas and diarrhea. But because you’re no longer absorbing nutrients properly, symptoms can also include just about any nutritional deficiency, leading to such seemingly-unrelated problems as irritability, anemia, and osteoporosis.
The solution is, of course, to stop eating any gluten. At all. Forever. This can be either an interesting challenge or a burdensome curse, take your pick.
See Melissa Jones’s blog (on this web site) for another writer’s experiences with Celiac Disease.
hoi meine Liebchen :-)
tja es ist schon fast einen Monat her, dass ich die Hälfte meines Lebens erreicht habe...aber ich denke..hmm spür ich was?? is da was?? verändert oder doch nicht?? Eigentlich nicht sooo viel...oder??
Ausser dass es scheint, dass ich nicht ganz so alt aussehe wie manch eine meins Alters (nonie-like???)
geht es mir eigentlich recht gut, fühle mich auch gut (erst recht wieder mit meinen kurzen Häärchen:-)
schraubt einen doch grad mal um 5-10 Jahre runter...oder?! :-)
Na also, sagte ich doch schon seit mehr als 6 Monaten, bis sich meine neue Coiffeuse ein Herzl nahm und
zur Säge griff :-))....
Also wie beschrieben und gesagt, noch merke ich keine sonderliche Veränderung, oooh doch da ist doch was, nach einem 14-16 Stundentag bin ich nicht mehr ganz soo frisch als mit 40 :-) das stimmt schon....
aber eines muss ich BTD lassen, es hält fitter, wir sehen alle eine Spur gesünder aus und mein Hausarzt rauft sich die Haare weil er nix an mir verdienen kann,sagt auch schon immer, er will nix hören was ich als Supplemente alles einpfeiffe ....aber grad garrrnix !!! :-) Ok...dann halt nicht......:-) ahem...diesen habe ich jetzt auch abgeschafft, ich denke ich bleibe bei meinem Vegatester und BTD-mampf .......
hoi all dearles :-)
oups...now it's nearly more than a month that I've passed my 50ties, the half of my life?! :-) hmm do I feel something different? ...no...are there any changements...hmmm nope I don't think so, I feel good,
health is fine, and I do really appreciate it that my new coiffeuse got her courage back and shnippled my hairs very short :-)) makes one just some 5 to 10 years younger...isn't it ?? :-) nonnielike?......
as I mentioned no big deal for the new state of a 50ty year old one...ahha..yess ther's a little thing which changed a bit, I feel not that fine anymore after a 14-16 hours workday, meant theres a real difference between now and my 40ties :-) but that's one of the greatest things with BTD we all look a bit healthier. My doc gets nearly upset with me coz he can't do any money with me....alwys he tells me that he isn't interested to get to know what I am eating, nor the amount of supps. I am taking...he-he-hee....last winter it was the last time I went for a test......so now I believe and trust myselve on my Vegatester and of course on BTD
cheerio, truly yours
It works! I’ve been able to get myself fairly painlessly out of bed every morning – and please note that I did say morning – for over a month now, thanks to Perry Como.
Credit also goes to my new CD clock radio with the “Gentle Wake” feature, which starts playing at zero volume, then gradually increases over a minute or so till it reaches a pre-selectable volume. I’ve set up the clock in the closet, which mutes any sound that the mechanism itself might make.
Now, a person naturally repeats a cycle of deep sleep followed by light sleep about every ninety minutes over the course of the night. So when I bought this thing, I figured that I would notice the music – eventually – during the light-sleep phase of a cycle. Well, it’s working much better than that. I actually hear the first track on the CD every morning unless the air conditioning happens to have come on, and sometimes even then. But the gradual start-up doesn’t jolt me at all, and the songs on the CD are so cheerful that I wake up in a good mood. This is so much better than my college roommate’s old clock radio!
I had always thought, by the way, that my main problem was getting to bed on time. But now that I’m reliably getting up at a good hour, it’s amazing how easy it is to get into bed!