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 When did you start after learning about the BTD?
Immediately! (62 votes)
53.45%
More than a year (22 votes)
18.97%
Within a month (18 votes)
15.52%
Within 3 months (7 votes)
6.03%
Within a year (7 votes)
6.03%
116 Votes Total Last vote Sunday, April 20, 2008, 5:16pm by dirrty_blonde_mp
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northstar
Tuesday, November 14, 2006, 6:36am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Victoria,

Glad I'm not the only one.
I made sure I got someone who had studied and graduated from a school in China. Some of the sales clerks are young and just take info and prescribe something. Scary, to say the least.

I am pleased with the results.
Had to go through a cleansing period the first week and that was not too pleasant...but seem to be doing better and I have much more energy. In a month I'll go for a blood test and see if I've cured the anemia.



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Victoria
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I have a feeling you will get good results from this approach to anemia.  If they are well trained, they really understand the subtle aspects of health.  I feel as strongly about their approach as I do about Dr. D's blood type eating.
Using both together has literally rebuilt my health and given me a new chance at life.



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Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
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the accidental chef
Wednesday, November 15, 2006, 10:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I am curious about when others started the BTD after first learning about the BTD by reading a book, listening to the audio tape, or maybe attending a lecture? I don't mean just casually hearing about the BTD or the name of one of the books.

What I am trying to get at is once you learned enough about the BTD to understand what it was about how long did it take you to decide to try it?

If you didn't start immediately, why not? Was it because you didn't feel like you had enough information to understand and believe in the BTD? Or maybe you didn't feel like your health problems were bad enough to justify the change? Or maybe your life situation made attempting the kind of change required too difficult? Or maybe you were just too lazy to make the effort to change(lol)? Etc.?


My answer is that I started immediately after listening to the audio tape. I knew it made sense immediately and I couldn't wait to start!

I had heard of the book for some time (probably years), but had never seen or picked up a copy of it to even look at the book cover.


Just thought I'd join in as well  ..

I started immediately, focussing on the avoids, stumbling thro the carb-veg protein thingy, and despite that saw immediate results. Now that I've somewhat fine tuned my protein intake and suppliment intake and eating/exercise schedules in general, I can say that BTD has been a real miracle for me. My lethargy, fatigue, bloatedness, swellings on my joints etc have 90% disappeared. I'm 99.99% compliant since the 23rd of October. I'm looking forward to my blood test on the 24th of Nov to see how my cholesterol levels are(HDL 48.8, LDL 198.9, Triglycerides 77.1, Ratio 5.4) I know these things take time, especially since I was a vegetarian..but I'm curious all the same.

I'm also trying to spread the word among family members and friends, since many of us are soooo into corn flakes, whole meal bread & oats first thing in the morning! The South Indian diet, although heavy on the carbs, has many healthy options which my family have forgotten, for the easy pre packed trans fat laden stuff and it's interesting to see first, the disbelief when I ask the O's & B's to get rid of wheat..and then second, the protest over having to come out of the comfort zone of making chapatis & rotis instead of rice & millet based dishes! Many older ladies have actually forgotten good, healthy South Indian 'tiffin", meals & snacks...I mean with bakeries & pre packed stuff touting "healthy options" who wouldnt get disgruntled ?

So far I'm doing OK and hope to stay that way. BTD has proven to me that I'm not a hypochondriac ...

-accidental chef

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I'm so happy for you, accidental chef!  It's wonderful to meet someone who really gives the BTD an honest try.  Many people dabble in it for a while and say that they tried it and it didn't do much for them.  That isn't really giving this program a chance.  
Your story is the way it happened for me also, and I haven't ever regretted making the changes in my life that Peter D recommends.  It has only gotten better and better as the years pass.  I am actually feeling like a healthy person again.  I was losing hope before the BTD came along.  



Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are.
Let me not pass you by in quest
of some rare and perfect tomorrow.
~Mary Jean Irion

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