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Hassanna
Saturday, April 20, 2013, 6:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Great answers!  
Kitari - I looked up the information in regard to the Dalai Lama, very interesting indeed!  It says he suffered from Hep. B, Jaundice, and a gall bladder imbalance.  His physician did prescribe for him to add meat back into his diet when he became very ill.  Ever since, his health has been well.  

AKArtlover - Thanks so much for the link, I'll be sure to look into it.

Seraffa - I loved the T-rex/Brontosaurus!  

aussielady582 - you provided a lot of really good information and I thank you for your response.  

I guess I am wondering, where does all the excess acid go if a Type O individual is not consuming the complex proteins?  I was under the impression from the information I have read, that a characteristic of Type O is the enormous amount of stomach acid they produce.  I did not think that fish nor plant proteins were sufficient to absorb the amount of stomach acid made.  
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Hi all, just want to share an article I recently read that is a confession of a vegan who turned very very ill. Eating meat restored her health. Although she did not mention what blood type she is, I bet she's a Type O:
http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-8803/yes-im-eating-meat-to-cure-my-chronic-illness.html

Hassanna: just want to answer your last question above: as an O, I know where the excess stomach acid goes! It turns into a nightmare for us in terms of acid reflux. I suffered from it when I became a vegan. Tried everything but didn't work. Then I started eating meat according to Dr. D's instructions in his book and cured the problem in a week or two


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Quoted from balletomane
Quoted from Hassanna
I am wondering, where does all the excess acid go if a Type O individual is not consuming the complex proteins?  I was under the impression from the information I have read, that a characteristic of Type O is the enormous amount of stomach acid they produce.  I did not think that fish nor plant proteins were sufficient to absorb the amount of stomach acid made.  

I know where the excess stomach acid goes! It turns into a nightmare for us in terms of acid reflux. I suffered from it when I became a vegan. Tried everything but didn't work. Then I started eating meat according to Dr. D's instructions in his book and cured the problem in a week or two

Not only acid reflux but peptic ulcer.
O is particularly susceptible to ulcer.
I have often likened the O's acid-producing stomach to a voracious piranha. "It's important to toss it some meat," I've said to O's with this problem, "so it doesn't eat the stomach lining."
Not every O experiences this. But even the "non-BTD" general medical community is in possession of the data and considers peptic ulcer more likely/common in conjunction with blood type O.


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Does anyone believe that an over acidic body would create reactions in skin health, such as acne, eczema or even psoriasis?  

Or even attribute to major illnesses such as cancer?  
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Does anyone believe that an over acidic body would create reactions in skin health, such as acne, eczema or even psoriasis?  

Or even attribute to major illnesses such as cancer?  


Type O's have high stomach acidity, because they naturally produce more IAP, but that doesn't necessarily translate into other tissues of the body becoming overly acidic.

Acne and eczema and psoriasis are, imho, auto immune reactions to bad food choices (wheat, white potatoes, dairy, etc.) for one's type, esp. the ones I listed for Type O.

Dr. D writes in the BTD Encyclopedia that Fibromyalgia, diagnosed early in Type O's, can often be reversed just by eliminating wheat.

Sharing with the best of intentions.



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Not all type O's have high stomch hcl acid, this can decrease as one ages or due to stressful life events, and one's emotional state of mind.  which is why freshly prepared raw vegetable juices, green juices, green smoothies, fresh salad all help naturally increase stomach acid to make sure any food (not just meat or fish) is well assimilated into the cells.
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Type O's have high stomach acidity, because they naturally produce more IAP, but that doesn't necessarily translate into other tissues of the body becoming overly acidic.

Acne and eczema and psoriasis are, imho, auto immune reactions to bad food choices (wheat, white potatoes, dairy, etc.) for one's type, esp. the ones I listed for Type O.

Dr. D writes in the BTD Encyclopedia that Fibromyalgia, diagnosed early in Type O's, can often be reversed just by eliminating wheat.

Sharing with the best of intentions.



Interesting. Did a search for fibromyalgia & didn't come up with much beyond this thread. All things I've experienced my whole life point to Fibro. Which my chiro just calls the junk bin of modern medicine. Very good chiro by the way. I haven't eaten wheat in forever & my Fibro has gotten much worse in my 50's.

I also experience things most Fibro patients don't complain about such as a high degree of EMF sensitivity & food allergies. I never see that on their forums, not even mild EMF sensitivity.

I also agree with the above post that mentioned a reduced stomach acidity in O's as we age. I can't do red meat anymore. Could be all the franken stuff they do with it. I really miss it. I eat mostly bene fish & rice. Now I'm allergic to walnut oil of all things. I'm hoping it's just this particular brand. Haven't posted in a while Been experiencing a high degree of chronic fatigue among other things fibro related.



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Might want to look into getting into an infared sauna for deep cellular cleansing.

Your gut still needs fixing things are always more complicated then just giving up wheat.

Why not take yourself to see the students at the University of Bridgeport over seen by Dr  D'Adamo?  Your long term health is certainly worth it


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Been experiencing a high degree of chronic fatigue


if you do not have a swami report, try following a mix of the arthritis and the fatigue books.....specifically the avoids listed and follow their protocols


swami would factor in all for you......meat is good for you, specially the right source.....take it one day at a time.....grains are pretty scares for us O nonnies


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aussielady582, thanks for the information that some O's may produce less stomach acid, especially when they age.  
Do you happen to have the source of where you got that information?  I'm always interested in reading where information comes from and how statistically reliable those sources are.  I really do appreciate your feedback.  
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I also agree with the above post that mentioned a reduced stomach acidity in O's as we age. I can't do red meat anymore. Could be all the franken stuff they do with it. I really miss it. I eat mostly bene fish & rice.


Dr. D'Adamo recommends eating clean meat - grass fed, without hormones, antibiotics, not grain-fed and especially not factory raised with horrible conditions.



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