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the sugar that s on your avoid list........being a nonnie, you do have very few options..... the fruit on your beneficial and neutral list is fine, as long as you can tolerate it individually....
''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98 DNA mt/Haplo H; Y-chrom/J2(M172);ISTJ The harder you are on yourself, the easier life will be on you!
Currently reading Dangerous Grains by James Braly, MD, and Ron Hoggan, MA.... Wow! Though they don't seem to have understood the blood type connection, and the writing sometimes leans to the inflammatory, what they discuss fits very well with Dr. D's stuff and observations on this site, particularly vitamin, mineral, etc. deficiencies caused by consumption of wheat & other gluten sources. I hope the info in this book is as well-researched as Dr. D's info (but I guess not, since they missed the blood type connection!) so I can trust &/or believe most of what they say. (Reading it with a grain of sea salt, just in case!) At least, so far, it makes tons of sense to me, as well as reinforcing Dr. D's good works.
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Well, I started the BTD in force this past week. That is to say I am very wheat conscious. During the same week I developed a "problem" that has been deemed hormonal. I know the two are not linked, but I am hoping that the BTD clears it up soon!
This is 3 or 4 hand but the facts still remain. My sister's friend's mom was severly depressed. To the point of wanting to drive infront of every semi on the road. She had several kids so she never did. She quit eating wheat and was no longer plagued by depression. As to the 'genetic' comments, blood type is genetic so of course reactions to various foods would/could be genetic. Kelly