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marjorie
Monday, May 10, 2010, 2:56am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Now that I am becoming much more compliant and back to my natural state, I have noticed a few changes in my skin color and hair.

I am curious about the genetic makeup of an o, are they generally fair in skin tone? I am sure ancestry matters, however, I am much more pale than before ( not a bad thing).

Does anyone have comments on this?
Also, my hair is much darker than before.

Thanks!!

Someone once told me that o's usually do not have plump and smooth skin, but this is not true for me.. ?????
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I do know that eating right for your type can reverse some things, so it would seem that your hair color could become darker ( have heard others remark about this too ).
re: O's not usually having plump and smooth skin........I have pretty smooth, wrinkle free skin for my age. plump, hmmmm, not sure on that one  



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I would suspect that you are absorbing more vitamins since you are eating right. I knew a man who ate a big spoonful of Blackstrap molasses every morning and began turning his hair and eyebrows back to the brown they used to be when he was young. It sure provided him with some vitamins he was missing!
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Thanks guys, I am feeling pretty good with the more bison I am eating.. also, I think sleep has alot to do with taking care of myself
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Thanks Lola.. I am finally healing physically, now it will be soon to introduce companionship into my life.
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I am curious about the genetic makeup of an o, are they generally fair in skin tone?
Someone once told me that o's usually do not have plump and smooth skin, but this is not true for me.. ?????
i don't think skin color on o's matters much. most native americans are o's.
i don't know who told you that last one up there but it is bull if they are talking about wrinkles. one of the charatcheristacs of an o is that padded look and it cuts out on wrinkles quite a bit becuse most wrinkles are due to a loss of fat under the skin of the face. if they are talking about other areas it may be true as o's react to gluton wheat badly and one of the symtoms is to have loads of little bumps on the backs of the arms and rear and thighs. it has a name and the regular drs would tell you it is not possible to cure it only to control it. not sure on that clam but ii know it has gotten better sence i started bt.


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