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Zep
Tuesday, August 7, 2007, 10:50pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I am eating 2 times a week wild plants and sometimes wild flowers. Wild plants contains salvestrol, more vitamins, minerals, bio active compounds and are much stronger than commercial mass vegetables. Modern grown vegetables/plants can't survive without human care, they are weak and sensitive for sicknesses. Eating strong life force energy plants will have much health advantages into mine opinion.

I am also a bloodtype diet believer (bloodtype 0) and I was wondering if there are more people using wild plants into their diet.
Maybe it would be possible to create a list with wild plants with food advice for the bloodgroups?

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Zep,
you might want to add sprouted grains and seeds to your diet, also a great source of nutrients there!


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Quoted from Zep
Maybe it would be possible to create a list with wild plants with food advice for the bloodgroups?

Nothing wrong with your question, but consider the following:

First you would need to list the specific plants you wanted tested.

Then I think in this case you would need to provide sufficient argument to support your request. In other words Dr. D will need to be convinced that there is enough of a demand for those foods to justify testing them.

Also realize there is a long list of other normal foods that people from around the world have requested that they would like to see tested.

Finally, if and when Dr. D tests some more foods he will be the one that actually decides what will be tested and prioritizes the list.


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Zep,
you might want to add sprouted grains and seeds to your diet, also a great source of nutrients there!


Hi lola

Wich kind of sprouted grains? I am using broccoli sprouts wich contains many anti oxidants and fights H.pylori.
I am also using pumkin seeds but I can't find out if Hemp seeds are beneficial for type 0.

Thx for your reply

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I have reason to believe that hemp seeds will be listed as beneficial for type O in future information releases


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Quoted from ironwood55

Nothing wrong with your question, but consider the following:

First you would need to list the specific plants you wanted tested.

Then I think in this case you would need to provide sufficient argument to support your request. In other words Dr. D will need to be convinced that there is enough of a demand for those foods to justify testing them.

Also realize there is a long list of other normal foods that people from around the world have requested that they would like to see tested.

Finally, if and when Dr. D tests some more foods he will be the one that actually decides what will be tested and prioritizes the list.


I realize testing foods is depending on its use by enough people to justify. But maybe when there is more notion (and I think this wil happen someday) about the health advantages eating wild plants under (blood group diet) people, it could to cause a snow ball impact.
The other way around testing wild plants could be a cause to get more people eating it as consequence. Now we know we must eat the right diet that fit ours bloodtype I think that it would be an enrichment to find the best foods that planet earth is giving us.

But maybe I am run ahead to much into my enthusiasm
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here Zep
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/nap/archives/00000023.htm

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT009

to give you an idea....
also include your compliant grains, but sprouted will be of benefit
Soak your grains in acidulated or plain water first,
to allow enzymes and other helpful organisms to break down
phytic acid, it neutralizes enzyme inhibitors. Phytic acid combines
with iron, and other minerals like calcium, magnesium, zinc etc.
and blocks their absorption.


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Curious to know more of which particular Wild Plants Zep you are {will be} considering to eat...


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@ Lola : thx for the info

@ Schluggell : There are many edible plant type's, but I wil give you some names (into Latin, I don't know the names in English) for example:

smyrnium olustratum
cardamine hitsuta
stellaria media
lamium spiecies
chenopodium album
chenopodium bonus-henricus
malva sylvestris
urtica dioica

There are also a lot of herbs, mushrooms and forestfruits.
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You can find urtica dioica (Stinging Nettle) root and leaf in the NAP products Urtica Dioica and UDA Plus. Based on this you can assume that Stinging Nettle leaf and root is OK for all blood types.

There is also a small amount of Stinging Nettle leaf in the type O PolyVite product.

There might be some in other products too. Those are the ones I can think of at the moment.


However, I will add that I don't know if I would eat Stinging Nettle in food type quantities. That may not be safe or wise.


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Lamium, Salvia and Marrubium species are also known to induce anti-Tn, due to the possessing of anti-Tn specific lectins
http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Thomsen-Friedenreich_(T-Tn)_antigen

Lambs Quarters..a/k/a Chenopodium album L.
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/convert5/config.pl?read=322

try the ingrediator for more info on sups used in the NAP formulas, perhaps you detect more.


http://www.dadamo.com/ingrediator/ingrediator.pl?product=NP007&product=BT002O



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