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Victoria
Tuesday, January 30, 2007, 5:15pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Isa,
How would you say it works differently from acetyl l carnitine?



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mandi
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thank you all so much!  these suggestions are what we were looking for.  my mom is learning all the blood type foods and lets hope this is her road to recovery.
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You and your mom are really on the right track, no matter what health issues need to be worked on.  The right food for your bodies will give those dear bodies all they need to balance themselves and also heal.  
For non-secretors, it's even more crucial to have the right blood-type food choices because we don't have the capacity of dealing with a steady intake of avoids (poisons).  When nonnies become completely compliant with our blood type diets, we can often see faster results than anyone else.



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Karen
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Thanks Victoria for the vote of confidence I have been staying away from ALL avoids.  If something is neutral for for non-secretors and avoid for secretors such as pumkin seeds, I will be staying away from it until I find out my secretor status.  Another example is soy beans.  Neutral for secretors and avoid for nonnies.  Not taking any chances.  I read my labels but try to stay away from most processed foods.  Today is day 7  I'm trying to expand my taste buds and try foods which I have not experienced before.  This evening I had parsnips which I've eaten before but only a couple of times.  My dinner consisted of venison, boiled vegetables(parsnips, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, cabbage with a little butter), and seasoned kidney beans.  I'm trying real hard.  I want results!  Thanks again for your post.  
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Mandi and Karen!
you are truly blessed to be able to take care of each other!

I wish my mom were as enthusiastic as you Karen, but alas!!

keep up the great spirit!


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Thanks Lola I needed that.  Mandi is my only child and has never given me or her dad any problem(other than a little sas)  She is a good kid.  I think Scleroderma has changed my way of thinking.  I am truely blessed I appreciate the little things alot more.  Don't take things for granted.  I have never had much money in my life, but money means nothing to me.  Life is not about material things.  What's most important, money can't buy.  Ah, LIFE IS GOOD!!!
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ISA-MANUELA
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Victoria, I guess this acetylthingy is merely to boost brainactivities; dito it's taken when dementia appears....but also can if not well handled ....easier and safer with Enada NADH
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So happy for you Karen!


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