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Thursday, October 5, 2006, 10:17am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Beating arthritis with the BTD, I don't have the book yet, but I AM waiting for it to arrive... although wants to take awhile!

Can anyone give me a heads up on what the book might tell me?

Also, is it important highly to take the secretor test.. Thanks!

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have a look for good O' foods and have an onto your thoughts
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The Arthritis book is excellent. It's concise and has plenty of great information about what arthritis really is, and how to deal with it. I use this book because for me, joint pain is more present in my life than fatigue, although that's an issue as well. Anyway, the book is highly recommended.

As for the secretor test, it's a way to fine-tune the diet for your needs. It's also a great way to help raise your compliance level, as you have a better idea of which foods are highly beneficial and which are avoids. It's interesting to see what your status is too. I was positive my test would show nonsecretor--nope! But for all intents and purposes, I eat like a nonnie because I'm so sensitive to grains, legumes and sugar that I'm better off eating that way. I just use secretor values for beneficial/avoid foods.

Hope this helps.

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Charles, Yes, I can give you a mini preview: bromelain! Try drinking a small glass of pineapple juice (Lakewood is yummy!) a day or use it in a protein drink.....its got a lot of bromelain, and there's much more in the book....I work with it off and on.....good luck!
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