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Friday, December 15, 2006, 9:57pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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What would be the best protocol to follow for Metabolic Syndrome (high blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol)?

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I d follow those from the health series books......
cardiovascular disease would be more targeted......
or look at the ones in the encyclopedia

here s the cardio on line protocol
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/10.html

but surely the book has excellent suggestions.


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The Diabetes book also is about metabolism problems.


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What would be the best protocol to follow for Metabolic Syndrome (high blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol)?

Ken


First, I would get your secretor status tested.  Getting this tested is the best way to identify which foods you need to avoid for your status.

Second, I would second the recommendations of the other posts to follow either the cardiovascular or the diabetes Health Series book guidelines.

With the health series books, it's all about refining your diet down even more to target your specific needs.  Most of the health series books food values are (For Type O, the one's I've looked at) virtually identical, with not many changes between them.  For Type O's, this would be to:

Severely limit or eliminate altogether grain products
Limit to once a month or not at all: butter, rice, tomatoes, sugar, dates, crab & lobster, mozzarella, almond spreads/products as well as sesame products and garbonzo beans.

See, many neutral items (that we think we can have frequently, turn into "Neutral Infrequent" a new category in the Health Series Books.  

And, some foods turn into Super Beneficials, ike Beef & Lamb & Buffalo & Broccoli & Onions & Walnuts & Garlic & Ginger & Blueberries.....which are the best foods for you.

Hope this helps.




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for blood sugar...new product from NAP...Glycoscia...http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP056

for high blood pressure...Promitikan A and taraxacum
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP056
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP019

for cholesterol...green tea...2 to 4 cups a day if not sensitive to caffeine and Niacin (physician supervised because it can cause severe skin flushing)...helps decrease LDL and total cholesterol



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Beef & Lamb & Buffalo & Broccoli & Onions & Walnuts & Garlic & Ginger & Blueberries.....


Thanks all.  I have some of the Health series books, but I thought there was an additional protocol on the site.  KimonoKat, this sounds like some sort of Holiday casserole. Hmm, I wonder ...  
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it would make a great dish, I agree!!! lol


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I would only take niacin if your doctor prescribes it. My doctor says that it increases blood sugar possibly from a prediabetes state to type II diabetes. The best things are to get you secretor status checked and follow the diabetes books diet for your type, limit or eliminate grains and dried fruits, eliminate sweetners except vegetable glycerine, and have consistant(5 days a week or more)cardiovascular exercise. If you have fat around your waist you need to lose it.
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