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Lisalea
Thursday, December 21, 2006, 7:27pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I can't seem to find any enzymes for my B-bloodtype?
Thank-u very much


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Quoted from LISALEA
I can't seem to find any enzymes for my B-bloodtype?
Thank-u very much


Have you tried Bromelain?  Okay for all types.


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Lisalea
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Have you tried Bromelain?  Okay for all types.


Hello and Thank-u for ur response,

I'm wondering if Bromelaine would be enough to thoroughly
help digest fats, protein, dairy, carbs ... etc ??

I found this brand that somebody recommended however;
I'm NOT sure that the aloes would be good for me  

http://www.vitaminlife.com/product-exec/PNAME/Super_Digestaway/product_id/5329

I wonder why Dr. D'Adamo doesn't recommend any
specific enzymes ?

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Debra+
Thursday, December 21, 2006, 8:13pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Lisalea...Dr. D. does recommend Bromelain as a digestive enzyme and NAP does have it with no avoids.  

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Lisalea...Dr. D. does recommend Bromelain as a digestive enzyme and NAP does have it with no avoids.  

Debra


Hello ... Really ??
I went to the B blood site and didn't seem to find any enzymes ... let me go back
Thanks a bunch !!


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Lisalea-if you go to the NAP store and look at the index on the left side...click on ABO friendly(means good for all blood types) and on Supplement Formulas and I think it is on the fourth page you will find Bromelain.

Debra

P.S.  Alot of the times supplements are made for ABO-all blood types-check them out.


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Lisalea-if you go to the NAP store and look at the index on the left side...click on ABO friendly(means good for all blood types) and on Supplement Formulas and I think it is on the fourth page you will find Bromelain.

Debra

P.S.  Alot of the times supplements are made for ABO-all blood types-check them out.



Hello,
U're right  
I didn't think of looking there;
I only went to B Bloodtype section... Silly Me !!!

However; it doesn't really mention anything about it being used as enzymes but rather as healing capsules ... hmmmm
Basically I can just go to a natural store and buy bromelaine capsules and use those


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From the NAP store description-"Pineapple has been used as a medicinal plant in several native cultures and bromelain has been known chemically since 1876. Bromelain is a digestive enzyme found in the stem and fruit of the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus). It is best known as a digestive aid and for its anti-inflammatory effects in traumatic injuries and after surgery. Bromelain has also been used successfully to treat a number of disorders, including heart disease, arthritis, upper respiratory tract infection, and Peyronie's disease (a condition that affects the genito-urinary tract and can cause sexual dysfunction in men). Bromelain has also been used successfully to heal wounds caused by burns and to increase the actions of antibiotics. Bromelain is extensively employed in the Protocols section of the Complete Blood Type Encyclopedia."

Debra

P.S.  And yes Lisalea...you can go to your HFS and buy it there.


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If I remember correctly, Bromelain is used for digestion if taken w/ food and as an anti-inflammatory if taken between meals.  



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If I remember correctly, Bromelain is used for digestion if taken w/ food and as an anti-inflammatory if taken between meals.  




Yep, yep, yep.  Especially in the morning when you first get up and before you go to bed....where there is sure not to be any food.  And...about 20-30 minutes before injesting a meal.  

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Thank-u ladies !!!!!!!!

Question:
I wonder if eating some pineapple with our meals would have the same effects ?? Hmmmm


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Apparently, you have to eat alot of pineapple and bromelain comes from the core of the pineapple.  

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As a digestive aid, I take Digest by Enzymedica;  one with each meal.  I use my Bromelain as an anti-inflammatory between meals.

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Dr. D stated before something like that he used to use enzymes in his practice a lot, but since the BTD has been developed he doesn't typically find the need for them.


The above is from memory so please excuse me if it is not quite right.


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Victoria
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He also said that they can be expensive, and that makes them unworkable for a lot of people.



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Alia Vo
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Thank you for sharing this website with us, Victoria.  It is an interesting list of products offered by this supplement company.

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You're welcome, Alia.  I also have brought several of their other products.  Their anti-candida formulas, I find very effective, and since I'm eating a non-secretor diet, I don't have to change my diet any.  When I begin to feel an increase in digestive candida, I take their Candidase and Virustop for a week or two and it brings me back into balance.

I also like their product called Acid Soothe.  It's great for occasional heartburn or upset stomach.
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