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colojd
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Have some millet so will give it a try. Thought barley was an avoid for B's. When my son or I eat even sprouted barley, just does not set well.


Its a neutral in TYPEBase for both Seccies and Nonnies...

I don't have that much trouble with Barley - but personally the unpolished whole Barley is much easier on me {most food barley is Pearl {Polished}} and I do the GABA-method with it {soak in warm water 8-10 hours before cooking}.

A brewer supply that sells bulk grains can help you out....


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colojd,
Are you talking about turbinado sugar?  That's what it sounds like.
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Yes, I am sure that was what I was thinking of. there is also one that I saw yesterday at Wild Oats made by a company called Florida's Crystals. It is a little finer but same process - they just squeeze out the cane juice without refining it.
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Yes, I am sure that was what I was thinking of. there is also one that I saw yesterday at Wild Oats made by a company called Florida's Crystals. It is a little finer but same process - they just squeeze out the cane juice without refining it.


Sounds just like Rapadura, so I'm now wondering if they are really the same thing......



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Yes, I am sure there are probably several companies that make this.
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Do you know much about stevia? In the alternative area, it is considered a sweetener, but apparently the FDA does not allow  it to be advertised as a sugar substitute altho all the other toxic subs are allowed to make the claim.
Do you know much about this?
I heard about this on Robert Scott Bell, a program that talks about nutrition & our rights to have 'health freedom.' He's on 1-4 PM Eastern time (12-3 for me) Sundays.  I live in this huge city of Chicago, but have to hear this show on a station in Benton Harbor, Michigan!  It's amazing how sometimes health knowledge is kept from the public.  Local stations here have inane infomercials about health products, which I assume are good, but they don't have this lively informative program that is priority for me to listen to.  I have my portable radio tuned to it as I walk the 2 miles home from church, then keep listening at home.  I probably have turned down low priority social events at that time to make sure I listen.  For you who live in NW Indiana, Western (lower peninsula) Michigan & near the lake in NE Illinois, try WHFB 1060 on the dial at the times I mentioned.
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PS It's a national program & he has guests.  I'm sure he would love to have Dr. D. on the show.  He also has a web site. He's a younger, enthusiastic guy who was raised on 'big pharma' & finally healed himself with good methods.


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Sounds like a great radio show. I do hope that Dr. D is able to get out there on his show.

I like you comment that health information is being kept from the public. This is truly and understatement because the big pharamceutical companies just run the medical profession. I have heard that the upcoming wave of health will be natural healing, immunology and other related interests. I am sure this has come about because people have found their doctors uninformed and basically pill and surgery pushers.

A couple of weeks ago, there was a very short mention on our local news that doctors are looking to try to figure out why some people never get flu shots, and either do not get the flu or get by without a bad case of it. They said the doctors were "scrambling" to work on this information to see if it could be used in the event of the avian flu epidemic.

I don't know anything about stevia (and I even thing some natural herbs and compounds maybnot be good for you just because they are "natural") but you are also right that the FDA will approve complex and strange chemicals like nutrasweet as a good and safe thing to consume but other things are not approved.

Reading a a good book called "8 Weeks to Vibrant Health".  It provides a great overview to how our lives get so out of whack just with bad diet, hectic lifestyle and more. I think it is a great thing to partner with the BTD. She points out how so many ailments have common reasons and there are common reasons and solutions to how to fix them.
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splenda is everywhere and approved!!!
stevia isn t ........but hey aspartame IS!!! (that gets you thinking, doesn t it?)

it s all about big bucks and monopolization.......we are lucky to have opened our minds through BTD and can make educated picks on most products out there!

Stevia leaf is a natural product that has been used for at least 400 years as a food product, principally as a sweetener or other flavoring agent.
Stevia is an avoid for type O non-secretors and type B secretors

Splenda is basically a man-made toxin. Sugar fused with chlorine.


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Lola,  I've been trying to get the DH to give up his Splenda.  He knows that it is as you said "sugar fused with chlorine" but he wants to know what affect this chlorine has on his body.  He has two packets of Splenda in his coffee each morning and that's it. I don't know his blood type yet, I ordered the typing kit today (along with my secretor test! Hooray!) I think he is possibly a B because he eats dairy without problem and lost weight on the Atkins diet.  Could someone shed some light on the affect for us?
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I believe it is toxic.......try a google search......there must be loads of info concerning chloride.


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One affect of excess chlorine in the body is to flush out iodine...  There are four halogen elements; iodine, bromine, chlorine, and flourine.  Each of the higher level halogen elements will flush the lower level halogen elements out of the body.  Iodine, the most necessary of these elements is flushed out by the other three...  It is very difficult to supplement iodine using salt since the chlorine in salt will flush out more iodine than is included in the salt...  The iodine deficiency could be greater after the "supplementation" than before!


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thanks for the info on iodine!


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Thanks ABJoe for the reply on the effects of the chlorine.  I will use that to do a thorough search so that I have some "ammunition" for the "Splenda elimination"!  These forums are so helpful.  Thanks to all of you who participate!  
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