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Brett650
Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 6:24pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I always recommend amino acids for my O vegans.... but very best here is (without any problems nor harmings for the body coz of its *art to be made* ) MAP  !!!
I had to visit the Google to figure out what the heck is this, and eventually I found it:
Master Amino Acid Pattern

I'm not sure what to think of this product, but it seems worthy of a discussion in a Supp Right thread. Amazone, care to post more information over there? Thanks.


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Thankyou Victoria and Brett650 for your comments/messages.  I forgot to mention in my last posting, that I also experienced two separate visits to Emergency Dept of public hospitals due to inflammatory reactions in my body to the macrobiotic and vegan diet, note: many seeds, nuts, grains and legumes are high in pro-inflammatory omega 6 fatty acids - maybe I was low in omega 3's??; I had never experienced back pain so severe as in September 2011, and in April 2012 I had vomiting for 3 days, that cleared up, then incontinence of solid  wastes whilst excercising in the park (colon is probably also muscle needing protein); then severe diarrohea after eating out one day (vegetarian meals that day); my whole boy was going haywire; this was real and not something I ever want to repeat, or hear about happening to others, esp my 'hunter' and type O friends on this wonderful site/forum.   My face was also sunken and thin before I came back to a more strict O diet. I do know one lady who told me she is type A, and on vegan diet, she looked physically strong; but cognitive health - not so sure; irritable, but then probably just a bad day. I know lots of people do well on vegan and macro diet, that is good, the main thing is that we find what suits our own system; to other 'hunter's out there: keep eating vegies to make system alkaline, whilst eating the animal proteins; and super veggies/fruits. Also our exercise program will keep us healthy and positive!  Wishing you the best!
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I made a type - my whole body was indeed going haywire!
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I made a type - my whole body was indeed going haywire!


It's SO wonderful that you are on the right track now!  

By the way, if you want to make a change to your post, you can go back to the post and at the top of the box, click on the word 'Modify'.  That will allow you to delete, correct spelling, add additional words/sentences or whatever.  



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Thanks for sharing your thoughts. It is much appreciated and it  helps to hear others who have benefited from not being a vegan "o".

Most of the time, I think I am overanalyzing things.. ugh! I still would like to just stop and listen to my body but lately, when I do this, I turn to veggies and very little meat.

HOWEVER, today I had some chicken thighs drenched in olive oil and they tasted great and I said to myself, " self, you deserve to eat what feels good, and what your body wants, so go with it".

Seriously, I have to repeat this mantra quite often or I would eat a head of lettuce everyday and not care about anything.
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