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C_Sharp
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Heart Health for Type AB

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AB’s share the characteristics of both type A’s and type B’s in that tend to have the type A’s relatively high risk of cardiovascular disease and type B’s ability to fight it – provided you limit the amount of animal protein that you consume. Like their A counterparts, they have a high blood viscosity and tendency toward high cholesterol, similar to their type B brothers and sisters, they have difficulty regulating nitric oxide. Overall the best guidelines for blood type AB involve a combination of the best of the A and B worlds.


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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/10/heart-health-for-type-ab/


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I think the ability for AB to reach a psychological and spiritual point of "floating on a cloud overhead" of the other bloodtypes is necessary for this type recovery  


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Hooray!  Guess this was the perfect week for me to set up my slightly overdue quarterly check up with my own naturopath.  


6 years on ER BTD, went from sick and dying to healthier And 30 pounds slimmer.  

Dec 2013: Started Swami Xpress - I'm 48% Explorer with hybridized Explorer/BTD list. A new adventure for this old lady!  -- LOST 5 more pounds on SWAMI! 
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Healthy Eyes for People With Diabetes

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If you have diabetes, you should do all you can to keep your eyes healthy so you never have to experience any vision problems. It is vital to keep your blood sugars in the normal range, eat the proper foods, take additional nutrients, and keep the body alkaline. Do you know which mineral decreases diabetic retinopathy? If you guessed “magnesium” your correct. Magnesium protects not just your eyes but also your heart, brain, and nervous system. In addition, there are a variety of nutrients to help keep your eyes healthy.


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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/10/healthy-eyes-for-people-with-diabetes/


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Be kind to everyone; be persistent with health!
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Thankyou C-sharp, we all need to do waht we can to keep vision good, including making sure out elimination and digestive systems work as best they can, to keep wastes from clogging up the tiny blood vessels.  Yes, lots of veg, some high colour fruits, and BTD, GT will help. Oh, and some eye exercises too.
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Great intro opost above.. thanks..

What abbreviation is PL?  


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What abbreviation is PL?  

The electronic magazine is titled "Personalized Living"


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My modern, traceable lineage is entirely A's and B's. Few grew old. The B's all died of heart disease, the A's from cancer. I've always told my doctors that poor diet runs in my family. I knew this decades before hearing of Dr. D.'s work, and set out to change my "destiny" by following the abundant and seemingly sensible nutrition advice that we're still hearing today. Suffice to say, eating "health food" didn't help much because it was still the wrong food.

Thanks to BTD/GTD, I do now have reason to be optimistic about my own outcome even though my family history pattern alone would have me checking out at any time. My stats have improved, I feel great, and I expect to live a normal lifetime.

Hmmmmm... It would be interesting to see an actuarial table separated by blood type, with data correlating the subjects' dietary profiles.


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Recipe for a Strong Immune System

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We all know that immunity begins in our gut. By eating foods that are right for your type, you are taking the most important step to staying healthy. Step up your consumption of beneficial foods and remove any avoids from your diet.


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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/10/recipe-for-a-strong-immune-system/


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Science Saturday: Your Gut and the Microbiome

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ABH non-secretors are much more likely to be carriers of Candida species and to have problems with persistent Candida infections. Blood group O non-secretors are the most affected of the non-secretor blood types. One of the innate defenses against superficial infections by Candida species appears to be the ability of an individual to secrete the water-soluble form of his ABO blood group antigens into body fluids. The protective effect afforded by the secretor gene might be due to the ability of glycocompounds in the body fluids of secretors to inhibit adhesins (attachment lectins) on the surface of the yeast.


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Best Food Sources of Lycopene for Your Type

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It should also be remembered that tossing a tomato into your salad is not going to give you all that much lycopene. Tomatoes have a very high water content, so not surprisingly you only find high concentrations of lycopene in tomato paste. You also find large amounts of tomato lectin in tomato paste.



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Every time I eat my FAVE lycopene source, watermelon, I think about how it is just too dang bad I don't have a prostate, or it would be in GREAT shape!     Lycopene is awesome for prostate health.  I wonder if it is similarly protective for ovaries.  These are the things that keep me awake at night.

In any case, I loooooooooooooooove me some lycopene sources, namely watermelon and tomatoes.  Oh YEAH!


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Love watermelons, love tomatoes too but they don't love B's
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What’s Your GenoType?
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Broadening his approach to diet and health beyond the four blood types, naturopathic physician Peter D’Adamo profiles six GenoTypes and explains how readers can reprogram gene responses to lose and maintain weight, repair cells, avoid illness and age well. D’Adamo draws on epigenetics, the study of the interaction between genes and environment, to argue that tailoring diet and lifestyle to “GenoTypes” (genetic survival strategies that predate ethnicity and race and correspond to such external traits as body type, jaw shape and teeth patterns) is the most effective means to achieve optimum health.

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Product Spotlight: Intrinsa, for Gut Health

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Our Intrinsa formula supports stomach, small intestine, and colon health. Developed by Dr. D’Adamo for use in his Clinic, Intrinsa is the result of nearly five years of work. Dr. D’Adamo has successfully blended two synergistic dietary nutrients, Butyric Acid and Caprylic Acid, with linking nutrient components to create a superior formula to protect and support stomach, intestine and colon health.


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Success Story: Stephen Martucci

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Fourteen years ago, Stephen Martucci’s nutritionist suggested that he start eating right for his O blood type. His father had died from stomach and pancreatic cancer at 50 years old, and Stephen didn’t want to suffer the same fate. “I started educating myself about cancer and how cancer cells cannot live in an alkaline environment, and this was good enough at the time. But I’ve learned so much more about proper digestion of proteins and cell health since then,” he says.


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Shop Local Even in the Winter!


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This time of year there are plenty of farmer’s markets offering the bounty of  the harvest – fresh squash, just picked lettuce, garlic, onions, apples, and pears.  But what happens when winter arrives?  Don’t worry! Current trends show that winter farmer’s markets are on the rise.


http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/10/shop-local-even-in-the-winter/


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Thanks for sharing!!!! Will show this to my O DH!


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Yay! I couldn't do without a thick butternut squash from time to time!  


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Green Tea Vs.Melanoma

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Here’s another reason to reach for a cup of green tea. Research at the University of Wisconsin found that an antioxidant present in green tea is useful against malignant melanoma, the most serious and deadly form of skin cancer. Malignant melanoma is the leading cause of death from skin cancer because it’s aggressive, fast growing, and rapidly metastizes to other body parts – often quickly.


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Gelotology – The study of laughter

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Gelotology is the study of laughter, and humor. and their effect on the human body. Laughter has also been studied from both a psychological, and physiological perspective. What I’d like to know is who first presented the idea of doing research on laughter, and who first gave money for the study? That must have made for an interesting study proposal!


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A Personalized Nutrition Journey: Josh’s Story

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A powerful video testimonial from Josh, a Blood Type O.  We are inspired by his journey in self discovery.


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http://northamericanpharmacal.com/living/2013/10/912/


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If eating for your type is your way of life, then you are familiar with lectins. Lectins are sugar binding proteins. They are found in a variety of foods, and many of them are blood type specific. They are most widely distributed in plants and are particularly abundant in legumes and seafood. Like Velcro to a tennis ball, lectins can attach to the various cells in the body and then create a number of physiological actions such as promoting bad bacteria overgrowth and insulin resistance. By causing the release of histamine from our cells, lectins cause inflammation which plays a role in food related allergies as well as immune and bowel dysfunction. Lectins can directly trigger the immune system creating a cascade of inflammation such as seen in the diet sensitivities in Rheumatoid Arthritis patients. In one study, the edible parts of 29 of 88 foods tested, including common salad ingredients, fresh fruits, roasted nuts, and processed cereals were found to possess lectins which agglutinated, or clumped together, the blood cells of least one ABO group.


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Personalized Nutrition Around the Globe: Chile



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Andrea Chicurel Correa, MIfHI runs a nutrition clinic in Santiago, Chile where she recommends nutritional protocols recommended in the Eat Right 4 Your Type and the GenoType Diet.  The following is a Q&A with Andrea about her background and work with Dr. D’Adamo’s personalized nutritional programs.


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