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Henriette Bsec
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Might be Primal diet it is  less strict about dairy as long as it is raw than paleo .


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Patty H
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This is directly proportional to the attitude you approach this diet with.  If you see it as stressful and that you are "worrying" about your every bite of food that you could have had but aren't eating, then yes, the stress probably will be do as much damage as the lectins, etc...  
Whereas, if you look at it as avoiding the food poisons just like you would rat poison or anything else detrimental to life - ie, those items are just not part of the food supply, then it is a double relief to leave them in the store and not have to deal with them in the body.


Very true!  However, I don't think I was stressed about the diet per se; I was more stressed about my blood tests going in the opposite direction.  I actually enjoy the foods on my diet plan and had really gotten into the groove.  Regardless, change of any kind CAN be stressful.  I encountered resistance from many different sources such as my extended family and some friends and that created stress as well.  We are very social and like to go out to eat, so it was a balancing act.


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Might be Primal diet it is  less strict about dairy as long as it is raw than paleo .


Thanks for the tip!  I'll check it out.


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I wonder how my food tolerance will be once all of the heavy metals are gone from my system?  I do wonder if that will have an overall impact and if so, in what direction?


Just to stick in my two cents -- I'm sitting here wondering if a person could rely on what response their body has to anything with such a metal overload.  


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Just to stick in my two cents -- I'm sitting here wondering if a person could rely on what response their body has to anything with such a metal overload.  


Yes - very true!  It seems logical, however, that symptoms would be worse, not better, with all the heavy metals!  Like my chelation doctor said, I must have an absolutely amazing constitution to be so toxin in lead and mercury and not have any symptoms other than mild hypertension and peri-menopausal hormonal issue.

By the way, I have had to come off the bio-identical hormones because we found out through testing that I am not clearing them.  Unfortunately my hot flashes and night sweats are back.  The good news is that I am supposed to sweat a lot while chelating so I guess it is not the worst thing right now!  


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I just really believe wheat and dairy is bad for blood type Os.  I've believed this from the beginning.
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I wonder how my food tolerance will be once all of the heavy metals are gone from my system?  I do wonder if that will have an overall impact and if so, in what direction?


Patty H-
I was wondering the same thing. So far...

I can at least say that after 3 "mercury II" detox baths, I feel lighter mentally and that my sweet cravings have slowed down. Also It's becoming easier for me to say NO to eating when I am not hungry.  

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Patty H
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I just really believe wheat and dairy is bad for blood type Os.  I've believed this from the beginning.


Sahara, I am looking forward to receiving my copy of Wheat Belly.

Have you ever done any research on raw dairy?  An O friend of mine swears by it.


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Patty H-
I was wondering the same thing. So far...

I can at least say that after 3 "mercury II" detox baths, I feel lighter mentally and that my sweet cravings have slowed down. Also It's becoming easier for me to say NO to eating when I am not hungry.  


Great news!  Keep us posted with your progress    I, for one, will be anxious to hear how things go with you!


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