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rich_0368
Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 4:21pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hello,

I've just read Dr D'Adamo's book and have since followed the blood group A protocol. I have a question however which was not propery addressed by his book. I was recently diagnosed with candida by my nutritionist and have been doing a candida cleanse diet. The book details blood group A have a higher risk of candidiasis and following a "no yeast" diet protocol won't eliminate the yeast overgrowth, but did not provide recommendations of how one can deal with the yeast overgrowth. I was wondering what i should do in that case based on my blood group history?

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try this easy test to jump start your guidelines in the right direccion

http://www.4yourtype.com/WLP_BTD.asp

use the online protocol index

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm

there is a yeast fungus protocol and many more


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I was recently diagnosed with candida by my nutritionist and have been doing a candida cleanse diet. The book details blood group A have a higher risk of candidiasis and following a "no yeast" diet protocol won't eliminate the yeast overgrowth, but did not provide recommendations of how one can deal with the yeast overgrowth. I was wondering what i should do in that case based on my blood group history?

Rich,
The best suggestion other than the protocol suggested, is to eat no avoids.  The protocol will assist in restoring proper gut flora and eating no avoids is important to minimize disturbances while the flora shift is in progress.  There may be some unpleasantness while the bacteria fight it out during the "balancing", but it will be for the better.

Much success!  Hopefully this is a recent happening for you and the candida isn't entrenched throughout the body.  The work is the same, just the time duration to fix the problems is different...


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http://www.drpeterjdadamo.com/wiki/wiki.pl/Candida_Albicans_Infection,_ABO_and_Secretor_Blood_Groups




http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP045

Candida control: Nettle root contains a lectin, which agglutinates the human yeast pathogen Candida albicans.


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo

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O nonnie are the largest group that gets Candida.

Getting your secretor test will help you know more about yourself.

Candida can be bound with the product I mention above. Adding in some blood type specific probiotics and keeping the balance with the gut flora is key.

A new paradigm needs to be developed by ND"s in  dealing with Candida-- I feel like they are stuck in the '80's with the treatment.


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Wasn't fucus (bladderwrack) mentioned by Dr. D at one time as well?


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Not sure Angela-- but I know nettles binds candida.


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Yeast issues? Are you a non-Secretor? Here's an article that talks about secretor status and Candida albicans.
http://generativemedicine.org/blogs/dadamolab/?p=11
The Emergence Observatory ยป Blood Groups, Secretor Status and the Microbiome
Candida (Yeast) is a late sign of impaired gut health.

Candida is associated with craving simple carbs (white foods--pasta, bread, rice, and all sugars) which feed the yeast. Candida develops for many reasons. Basically, it is a 'helper' attempting to create balance in the gut, generally due to antibiotics, preservatives, heavy metal toxins and sterile foods.

We can make candida obsolete and unnecessary by rebalancing gut microbials.


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yep. just search "fucose candida" on this site. several, but here is one...
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2006/03/20/fucus-plus-or-bladderwrack?blog=26


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