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Thanks Lola, I think either my browser or firewall blocks stuff. It's really aggravating. Thanks again
What does fenugreek taste like?



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It makes my sweat smell like vanilla, or maple ? ?  

ok, that doesn't answer your question!  



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It makes my sweat smell like vanilla, or maple ? ?  
ok, that doesn't answer your question!  


well, no it doesn't answer my question , but vanilla/maple sweat......nice



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Hi jayney-0,

a friend of mine told me a story of a person consuming dandelion-flower stems (10  each day) to control blood sugar.  This was so effective, that the person tied small bundles and stored them in a freezer.

never did it personally

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it definitely is an acquired taste!!

very pungent, eaten alone.......
the relish, I have not had it yet, though.


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a friend of mine told me a story of a person consuming dandelion-flower stems (10  each day) to control blood sugar.  


Having said this, would dandelion tea help as well?



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Thanks HB. I'm also reading The Cortisol Connection Diet. What I plan to do is first read and understand it all, then incorporate their 'diet' w/ BTD.


I'm not familiar with this book or what the premise is, but I just want to remind you that Type O's don't have nearly the problem with this hormone that Type A's do.  So, something to consider while you are reading it.


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thanks, KK, resting, Mikeo, ItalyB, and all.....I may try some of these tea ideas...fenugreek and dandelion....(don't know about the stems....but it is certainly a natural remedy).
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I'm not familiar with this book or what the premise is, but I just want to remind you that Type O's don't have nearly the problem with this hormone that Type A's do.  So, something to consider while you are reading it.


This is more of a diet book, but it explains alot about WHY people can lose weight and then hit a plateau and sometimes never lose another pound or maybe even start gaining it back.
With my adrenal thing, it was of great interest to me, since it is directly related to cortisol and how it works in our bodies.
Eww, JayneyO, glad you mentioned the teas!! Need to pick up  the fenugreek.




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