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Lola
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My O-nonnie self can eat avocadoes, and A's  too, isn't that weird! I don't think of myself as having alot dietarily in common with A's, generally...
(they're usually trying to "rescue" my "dinner"!!!)


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I think we need to retest that one......and keep retesting till it comes up beneficial for Osec!!
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I think we need to retest that one......and keep retesting till it comes up beneficial for Osec!!


I agree - beneficial for Bīs as well please


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I agree - beneficial for Bīs as well please



Oh please !!!
How I miss my avocados, haven't eaten any in almost three months !!!


I used to eat it spread on a tortilla rolled up with some tofu ( another AVOID that I haven't touched in sooo long ...sigh) or tuna and a slice of cheese ...  it was simply delcioussssssss and satisfying


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Sure wish I could afford to buy that secreter kit. I been getting headaches eating raw vegetables. When I send some of my own research about some of my problems to a researcher in LaJolla California, he said something about me being a Sub-type. Can anybody what he might have meant?
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*Head spinning* Help, I am not a scientist.Can somebody please tell me waht all that means in plain English or German?
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the test is called serotyping
serotyping services from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.  You
can contact them at 480/970-000.
their lab page:
http://www.scnm.edu/medcenter/laboratory.php  

email them at
medicalcenter@scnm.edu


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