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tangelabe
Tuesday, September 19, 2006, 10:10pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I am type O trying to get more info on hypertension doctor has prescribed toprol xl 25mg tabs I really don't want to take them, trying to take a more natural BTD approach, some days it normal & other days its off a bit any food recommendatiions that are good for lowering.

Any suggestions on benefecial foods for type o that woudl contribute to lowering blood pressure as well.

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Tuesday, September 19, 2006, 10:12pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Dr. D'Adamo's book: Cardiovascular Disease: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet, is the way to go.  Everything you wanna know about foods, supplements, fitness, etc.


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Thanks exj_j I went to Barnes & Noble but they did not have it in stock, I have to special order
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Thanks Lola that's very encouraging I actually thought about taking the nitricycle I did not knwo about the fucus & larch being benefecial for this
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The goal would be to get as many beneficials and super beneficials listed in the Cardiovascular book into your body on a daily basis.

Try to make as many of your protein choices bennies as possible.

Try to have a beneficial vegetable at each meal.

Try to have beneficial fruit once a day.

Eliminate all avoids, and eliminate all the "Infrequent Neutrals."

The Health Series books break food down into five categories:  Super Beneficial, Beneficial, Neutral, Infrequent Neutral, Avoid.   So, you food selections become a little narrower.  The five categories redefines whats super good for you, and shows you which "neutrals" are more problematic than others by creating that new category.

Hope this helps.  Let us know how you are doing.


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Dr. D'Adamo's book: Cardiovascular Disease: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet, is the way to go.  Everything you wanna know about foods, supplements, fitness, etc.


I can't say enough about what it's done for me. It would be a great book for you to get.
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