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pat
Wednesday, February 14, 2007, 12:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'm brand new and I have these questions:
1) As a type O non-secretor, I'm confused about which supplements for stomach inflammation because I read that H. Pylori gives off an alkaline mix of ammonia and bicarbonate to protect itself from stomach acid and can cause gastritis, ulcers and stomach cancer. But Dr. D. wrote that gastritis is caused by low stomach acid and ulcers by high stomach acid: so I don't know if I should be trying to increase stomach acid or lower it. Although I don't know if I have H. Pylori, my mother died of stomach cancer so she may have had H.Pylori which tends to run in families. I took bismuth before as well as an H. Pylori formula, based on Japanese research, called Carnosoothe by Life Extension that contained L carnosine, zinc, cranberry, blueberry, grape seed extract.

2) NAP's Gastroleve has a month's supply of bismuth in it which Dr. D says in his book should only be taken for 2 weeks. And should I be taking bismuth again?

3) Proflora O has brewer's yeast in it but yeast in general is an allergen for type O esp non secretors like myself with candida; so should I be taking that? If not is it OK to take SBOs?

4) I read that Candida becomes resistant to Caprylic Acid and I took it many years ago so should I take NAP's Intrinsa ?

5) Should non secretors stay on the Immune Support Protocols forever since we have a naturally poor immune system compared to the other groups?  

6) Dr D. writes in his book that flaxseeds are helpful for a strong immune system for type O and help lower the risk of cancer but according to Ayerza & Coates' book, "Chia" (U of A Press 2005), "flax was not used as a food historically, probably due to it containing a number of factors that interfere with normal development of the body...mainly the presence  of toxic cyanoglycosides (limarin), a Vitamin B6 antagonist and other antinutritional factors including cyanogenic glycosides, trypsin inhibitors, phytic acid, allergens, and goitrogens. (p. 120 & 121)".I tried the chia seeds and got an allergic reaction so I won't be taking it.
7) the Proberry has concentrated fructose from the berries so is it inadvisable for people like myself until the candidia is eradicated?
8) There is no MSM in Phloxicin and I know that the SW College of Naturopathic Medicine did research on it proving it is good for joint pain. Is it because it is not advisable for my type? (There is also no glucosamine in the formula although I know its in Deflect).
9) in Phloxicin, since the resevertol is derived from Polygonum Cuspidatum - a buckwheat family, an avoid for type o non secretors- is it OK for us? Is there any reason there is no glucosamine in the formula (I know its in Deflect)?
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rid your body of lectin damage first by following the guidelines carefully.
worry about consuming avoids and add deflect and fucus for starts.

http://www.dadamo.com/napharm/store3/template2/fucus.htm

http://www.dadamo.com/napharm/store3/template2/deflect.htm


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many thanks for the links.
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Dr D on yeast brewers and nutritional:
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DNA and RNA:
brewers yeast
is a good source of this stuff
yeast species in brewers yeast kill Candida.
Candida can only live in humans. It cannot live in plants and things.


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the best immune support is following the right diet.

the protocols should be followed for the time stated, then take a break.......


what s wrong with glucosamine instead of the phloxacin?


how long have you been following the guidelines?


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Thanks. In answer to "how long have you been following the guidelines?"
I am brand new. Just finished reading all the books, started taking bladderwrack and other supplements recommended, started eating meat but it irritates my stomach so I will wait until the inflammation subsides before I start eating it again.
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Where do I find what you wrote:

"Dr D on yeast brewers and nutritional:

Quoted Text
DNA and RNA:
brewers yeast
is a good source of this stuff
yeast species in brewers yeast kill Candida.
Candida can only live in humans. It cannot live in plants and things".
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good question!

try the general search button located on the home page.

also try the old archives .....there s loads of info there....

most of my quotes have just been copy pasted in a notepad from all my extensive reading, done ages ago.
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archives.htm

happy reading!


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Welcome Pat,

You said you just finished reading the BTD books, but your avatar indicates you are a non-secretor. Are you sure of your blood type? Have you had your secretor status tested already or did you just pick the non-secretor avatar based on what you guessed you are?

Let me make a recommendation that your first priority should be to get yourself established on the correct BTD. Follow the BTD as recommended in LR4YT compliantly. This includes the food (status, frequency, and, portion sizes), exercise (types and amount)/stress, and other lifestyle recommendations. To make even faster progress get any Health Library books that apply to your health problems and follow the stricter version of the BTD in those books.

Next step is to pick appropriate supplements to support the BTD. Using Deflect is usually a good choice, particularly if you are fairly new to the BTD or occasionally eating avoids. The Health Library books that apply to your health problems will offer specific supplement suggestion that may help. Also, reference the D'Adamo Health Protocols for supplement suggestions for your health problems.

The Determinator, which is an artificial intelligence program that provides advice about NAP products that may helpful for your health situation, is a useful tool. It can help you prioritize supplements for the conditions that the program covers.  However, it only includes health issues that the NAP products address and it may not have some of the most recent products included in the program. Particularly look at the highest recommended supplements at the top of the list.

If you do this I suspect you will see improvement in your health in the coming weeks or months, but remember it took years of probably eating many of the wrong things and other lifestyle choices to get you where you are today so give your body time to heal and recover.

You asked a lot of questions and they seemed to be about a variety of supplement issues and different health issues. I have to admit after reading all of it I was a little confused. Do you have health problems or are you just asking hypothetical questions? Help us help you by giving us more information about your situation. What is your health status and goals? What was your diet like before and what is it like now?

Also, if you have a lot of questions about different things you might not want to ask them all at once in one post, unless they are related. I think you will get a better response to each question/issue if you ask one at a time per thread, once again assuming the questions are unrelated.


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Personal Note: I am a Type O non secretor. I have informally studied nutrition and been primarily a vegetarian for about 30 years, have always exercized regularly, and took no medication, etc. I resisted even reading the first book when it came out in 1996 because I knew it recommended meat for my blood type and I dismissed it as just another fad diet. It wasn't until last month when I went to see an ND (from Canada), and after he spent about 2 hours with me, asking and answering questions that I decided, upon his recommendation, to try out the book’s dietary approach. He said that a gradual downward spiral probably began when I was given antibiotics for recurrent ear infections as a child. He believed that my carb avoidance and the stuff I had been taking may have prevented more serious medical problems; but that all the wheat bran I was taking for my constipation was probably exacerbating the irritation that I feel in my stomach and colon as well as contributing to my many food intolerances. My secretor status report (non secretor) really helped explain the great difficulty I have had overcoming all the puzzling and complex GI problems that I've been dealing with all these years. Symptoms like candida, possibey H.Pylori infection (my mother died of stomach cancer), constipation, diverticula, and reflux partly explained the existance of two possible hernias- esophageal and intestinal, a pharyngeal pouch, pelvic prolapse etc. but not the cause. The barium test I had in NY also indicated a possible peptic ulcer according to the gastroenterologist but I don't think I need to have an expensive endoscopy to confirm it especially since another ND told me about the risks entailed in having one.
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Thanks for sharing some background about your situation.


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