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Kenza
Friday, September 14, 2007, 5:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Six years ago I moved from London to the South of France as a slim, 57kg, 5'7", Type B, professional female.  Within three months my weight had soared to a whopping 74kgs.  A good friend introduced me to the LR4YT programme which I introduced immediately.  I stuck to it rigidly for two months eliminating the croissants, baguettes, pasta and other offenders that had caused me to pile on the pounds and feel generally not great.  After two months of eating five times per day instead of 3, walking gently and meditating twice daily, my weight had dropped to 54kgs and I felt and looked great.

Three years ago I moved to North Africa and recently found myself in a similar position -74kgs!  The difference this time is that I suffered from severe gastro-reflux, headaches and insomnia.  One month ago I completed a one week residential PH Balance detox programme.  Whilst much of the programme 'made sense', it didn't actually make me feel great and certainly no where near as great as the LR4YT.  I've also noted an increased sensitivity to certain foods since completing the programme which make my oesophagus burn.

I'm wondering, has anyone ever tried combining the two and if so, how and with what results (especially for Type B and/or Type O)?  

Also, does anyone know whether Type B's can have wheatgrass juice or Udo's Choice Oil?  


Many thanks

Kenza
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stick to your B plan as in the past and begin to feel great again!
check out the health library series books to more targeted advice and lifestyle.
wheat grass is fine for all types, yes!


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Hi kenza and welcome
I wouldn´t recommend Udo´s choise oil
- it contains far too many avoids for B´s -like sesame seed and sunflower oil
Really stick to olive oil and ghee/ butter- maybe some of the neutral oils as well
like flax, cold pressed walnut oil - get some neutral nuts and you´ll be fine


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Hi keza, welcome!

Question: If the PH balance detox didn't work and the BTD did, why would you want to combine them?

The BTD is set up to balance many things in your diet while still giving you the flexibility of personal choice. By trying to combine the two, all you really accomplish is to reduce your personal choice. I for one would not want to do that. There was a time when I though it might be best to combine BTD with Atkins for several weeks to accomplish a specific goal......I never did and am glad for it.
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Kenza, I am giggling to myself thinking of France.  I know everyday I think of it the first thing that comes to mind is the coffee and the pizza !!!

I am sorry to hear about your weight troubles when you move to a new place, I have had to fight my weight all of my life.   The BTD is most definately the most amazing eating program I have ever seen.  My reccomendation is to follow the BTD.  I have never found ANYTHING that makes me feel so good, lose weight, and keeps me off of terrible medications like Celebrex.

Perhaps the stress of moving to a new place causes some of the trouble?  

Best wishes to you, and here you will find the most wonderful people in the world!!
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Quoted from Kenza
Six years ago I moved from London to the South of France as a slim, 57kg, 5'7", Type B, professional female.  Within three months my weight had soared to a whopping 74kgs.  A good friend introduced me to the LR4YT programme which I introduced immediately.  I stuck to it rigidly for two months eliminating the croissants, baguettes, pasta and other offenders that had caused me to pile on the pounds and feel generally not great.  After two months of eating five times per day instead of 3, walking gently and meditating twice daily, my weight had dropped to 54kgs and I felt and looked great.

Three years ago I moved to North Africa and recently found myself in a similar position -74kgs!  The difference this time is that I suffered from severe gastro-reflux, headaches and insomnia.  One month ago I completed a one week residential PH Balance detox programme.  Whilst much of the programme 'made sense', it didn't actually make me feel great and certainly no where near as great as the LR4YT.  I've also noted an increased sensitivity to certain foods since completing the programme which make my oesophagus burn.

I'm wondering, has anyone ever tried combining the two and if so, how and with what results (especially for Type B and/or Type O)?  

Also, does anyone know whether Type B's can have wheatgrass juice or Udo's Choice Oil?  


Many thanks

Kenza


I take Coral calcium to help my Ph. There are also certain foods, like Cucumbers, that are very good for your Ph. I'm just starting the LR4YT diet today. Can't help with your other question.
Good luck!
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