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Comment from: Paul C. [Visitor]
This is a stinging indictment of Weightwatchers, and all the other calorie counting based advice out there!
03/06/10 @ 11:41
Comment from: gabrieliosa [Visitor]
Good Day Dr. D'Adamo, My name is Gabriel, I am 47 and type 0. Sorry for my English, I'm from Romania and I will like to ask you about my problem: I feel tired all the time and suffering of Lazy Bile, although I am going for 2 years in your diet. Can you give me any advice on what to do and what meds to take next? I'm waiting for you response at: invdeck1@gmail.com Best regards, Gabriel.
03/07/10 @ 10:28
Comment from: Mellisa Dalcour [Visitor] · http://www.hghhelp.info/obesity.php
I was just wondering what probiotics are actually helpful. Is acidophilus better than bifidus should we take all of them. How many probiotics are there?
12/08/10 @ 05:04
Comment from: Jennifer [Visitor]
From several related articles I get that gut flora can be influenced to promote obesity, etc. But what I really want to know is what to do about it. Dr D'Adamo is more likely to cut to the chase than conventional MDs. I already take Type O probiotics. How successful is probiotic therapy for reversing this trend? Is it possible to simply introduce "friendlies" and the bad guys just eventually disappear? I'm not losing any weight and I barely eat three nutrient-dense, Type O meals a day or I gain weight. I began gaining weight, coincidentally, from a low of 145lbs, after suffering from a mystery severe sore throat condition for three months, that was not strep but required several cycles of various antibiotics to cure. Over 13 years, I have gained nearly 100 lbs and eat exponentially better than anyone I know. ???????
09/12/12 @ 08:54

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