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MsRubyLu
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Does one of the books mention Lou Gehrig's (ALS) disease?? I just found out I have a second cousin with the disease.  She already lost her sister to ALS and I also lost a first cousin.  They are all on my mothers side of the family.  Any current information would be wonderful.  TIA
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BT?

Does it affect Nomads more often I wonder?
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It is in the Blood Type Encyclopedia.

B's (and to some extent non-secretors) have higher incidence/risk/severity.

It has some additional information.
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ALS
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
page 77
get the encyclopedia and find out her blood type
nerve health
immune enhancing
antiviral
check out the protocol index

the arthritis book guidelines might be worth looking into


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Lloyd,   just what I always wanted since I'm B nonnie   I ordered the encyclopedia.

Lola,  I have the arthritis book, I'll have to re-read it... I don't remember it mentioning that disease in particular. I have so much of this website to still learn about. I will check the protocols

Thanks all.

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it is related due to the inflammatory issue.....


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wow Lola thanx for the link ...I tested a client of mine ++ for ALS but docs here denied the inflammatory process... but it is  also in my tests!!!

and sorry coz of the fulminance.. I think it goes merely into the CFJ-direction  


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