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curiouser
Friday, March 25, 2011, 12:50am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Are there any Dr. D'Adamo books that address diet and connective tissue diseases?
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you mean fibromyalgia?
check out the arthritis book


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I'm not sure which of the diseases.  By the time the doctors came up with this possibility they had already used up all my money so I haven't been tested yet. One symptom that led them to conclude this possibility is the verticle lines on my fingertips which is also why my fingerprints are unreadable.
I have a close family relative with serious rheumatoid arthritis and one with lupus.  Are they all benefited by going on the arthritis book protocol?
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It's the wheat that causes the lines in the fingerprints and makes the joints get inflamed.
I can't imagine the book not helping those with Arthritis.

Someone else might know about a Lupus Protocol.

Here's the general protocols:

12. CHRONIC ILLNESS RECOVERY PROTOCOLS
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  Use this protocol for 6 weeks.

  
BLOOD GROUP A
Ashwaganda (Withania somnifera), 250 mg: 1 capsule, twice daily
Pantothenic acid, 250 mg: 1-2 capsules, twice daily
Potassium citrate, 99 mg: twice daily  
Polyvite A (ABO specific multivitamin): 2 capsules twice daily
Type A Protein Blend: use as directed 10AM and 3PM

BLOOD GROUP B
Phosphatidyl choline, 1 gram: 2 capsules, daily
Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus), 250 mg: 1 capsule, twice daily
Magnesium, 350 mg: 1 capsule, twice daily  
Polyvite B (ABO specific multivitamin) : 2 capsules twice daily
Type B/AB Protein Blend: use as directed 10AM and 3PM

BLOOD GROUP AB
Nitricycle: 1 capsule once or twice daily
Pantothenic acid, 250 mg: 1-2 capsules, twice daily
Zinc, 25 mg: 1 capsule, daily  
Polyvite AB (ABO specific multivitamin) : 2 capsules twice daily
Type B/AB Protein Blend: use as directed 10AM and 3PM

BLOOD GROUP O
Gotu Kola leaf (Hydrocotyle asiatica), 250 mg, standardized extract: 1 capsule, twice daily
L-Carnitine, 50 mg: 1-2 capsules, twice daily
Sarsaparilla (Smilax sp), standardized extract, 150 mg: 1 capsule, twice daily  
Polyvite O (ABO specific multivitamin) : 2 capsules twice daily
Type O Protein Blend: use as directed 10AM and 3PM

NON-SECRETORS
Elderberry extract (Proberry Capsules): 1-2 capsules, twice daily

GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS USABLE BY ALL GROUPS
Vitamin C (from Acerola Cherry or rose hips), 250 mg: 1 capsule, twice daily  

NOTES:
Do not use Gotu Kola leaf if you are pregnant.  


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It's the wheat that causes the lines in the fingerprints  


I was told wheat/gluten causes horizontal lines not verticle lines.  I can easily be misinformed however. lol


Thanks for all the info.  I will be reading but not partaking until I once again am employed. )(*UIHJLKM<Mjk****9u34i <-------that is just me spazzing out.
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I was told wheat/gluten causes horizontal lines not verticle lines.


I guess it would depend on what type of ridge pattern you have on the particular finger.


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vertical lines also hormone related


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Quoted from Tom Martens


I guess it would depend on what type of ridge pattern you have on the particular finger.



I have no idea what that means.


"vertical lines also hormone related" Lola quote.

What hormonal goings on cause these vertical lines? good/bad? preventable/stuck with?
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depending on your issues......to each their own
we do not know how old you are, or if you do or not have certain hormonal issues....

following the guidelines rids you of the chronic inflamation you are experiencing and thus may bring great relief.....keep doing what you are doing

insulin resistance might also be at stake here, and it all translates in healing the gut.....balancing your system in an efficient way


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Oh. No, these lines aren't part of the finger print itself.  It's like when your hands are in water and get prunie looking.   It's just my ring and little finger on each hand though.  My thumb, index, and middle finger don't have the verticle lines/creases.

That's nice information about fingerprints, thanks.
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I've never heard of any connection between vertical lines and disease.  On the other hands, horizontal lines (indicative of damage to gut lining) can certainly inform us of a need to immediately address the healing of our digestive system, which would indirectly benefit us on numerous levels.



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a fine help is boswellia serrata  


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Isa, you've mentioned Boswellia several times.  What are the things that you have found this herb to be helpful for?  



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a super help for inflammations and its prevention... tissue...joints... all you can immagine... next it enhances your brainfunction is in a certain way also protective against cancer....but you've to go for a certain amount to have success... I always work in orthomolecular amounts... for ex. some of my O, B and AB clients can make it with extreme higly dosed amounts... not mg's daily but grams... all 2-3 hours...
incl. myselve ...some B's or A's sometimes react better onto catsclaw or devils claw... the mix between devils claw and willow bark might do the trick as well... sometimes go for the rotations principe  


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Thanks, Isa.  I'm currently taking Boswellia and Devil's Claw with occasional use of White Willow Bark.  Also some SAMe.



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