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greentonic
Tuesday, September 20, 2011, 12:45am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi
Please could someone in the know clarify for me;
Is gentian suitable for O + Sec?
Is smoked salmon suitable?

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Smoked salmon is not, the smoking process adds nitrates to the food.


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Genetian may be in the BTD Encyclopedia. I doubt it would be on a food list.


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Quoted from AKArtlover
Genetian may be in the BTD Encyclopedia.


Type As take for stomach health.



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greentonic
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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
Smoked salmon is not, the smoking process adds nitrates to the food.


Thanks Andrea - for this clarification
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greentonic
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Genetian may be in the BTD Encyclopedia. I doubt it would be on a food list.


AK - Thanks for this - is the BTD Encyclopedia a book that I can buy? and where is it please?
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AK - Thanks for this - is the BTD Encyclopedia a book that I can buy? and where is it please?


http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=ED004


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Hi C

Gentian drops are recommended for O's in the book LIVE RIGHT FOR YOUR TYPE.
And in the book EAT RIGHT FOR YOUR TYPE gentian tea is AVOID.

I have some confusion on this.

Thanks for your insight
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I think the rating for A is clearer.

Past discussion of gentian:

http://www.google.com/search?r.....biw=1280&bih=935


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Gentian drops are recommended for O's in the book LIVE RIGHT FOR YOUR TYPE.


the live right has both secretor and non secretor values.....
would you know the page number?


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greentonic
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the live right has both secretor and non secretor values.....
would you know the page number?


Hi Lola
On live right page 162 - Under the heading GERD.

on eat right  - page 80

I notice the number of your posts !!!!!!


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you notice all!!! haha

a chronic condition like gerd is reason enough to recommend the gentian drops

I d have some gentian tea, if I had a digestive distress anytime

perhaps in a healthy O gut, gentian would be like stepping on the accelerator being in park mode, no


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Lola - for making things that much more clear, and thank you for getting back for me.
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thanks!
ask away if you spot more or have doubts


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Hi Lola!
I'm hoping you can help with this problem. Back in June I asked a question about the bladderwrack being a toxin for me as per SWAMI. It is so as well for my husband who is a hunter. I emailed someone at NAP and received the answer that it was a bug in the software and that it was indeed a superfood for me. Then in September I happened to look at the thread again and Bob from NAP said that it was not a bug and that there must be a reason it was shifted to an toxin.
Much info about fucus from Dr. D'Adamo about bladderwrack/fucus being good for type O's. I had bought a bottle of fucus and deflect O before reading Bob's post.
The question is should O's be taking it or not? I have personally found this conflicting information unsettling. Someone commented on the fact that the iodine could be a problem and it turns out that there is iodine listed in some other supplement that is recommended for me in the SWAMI supps. SWAMI recommends the Deflect O as well. What to do?
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I'd email NAP again and ask the question again.

I'm sure the products are fine for most O's, or Dr D would never have put those into products marketed for Os. However, these items may or may not be OK for you or your husband personally.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah (in Israel for the school year), 17yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Quoted from Dianne
Hi Lola!
I'm hoping you can help with this problem. Back in June I asked a question about the bladderwrack being a toxin for me as per SWAMI. It is so as well for my husband who is a hunter. I emailed someone at NAP and received the answer that it was a bug in the software and that it was indeed a superfood for me. Then in September I happened to look at the thread again and Bob from NAP said that it was not a bug and that there must be a reason it was shifted to an toxin.
Much info about fucus from Dr. D'Adamo about bladderwrack/fucus being good for type O's. I had bought a bottle of fucus and deflect O before reading Bob's post.
The question is should O's be taking it or not? I have personally found this conflicting information unsettling. Someone commented on the fact that the iodine could be a problem and it turns out that there is iodine listed in some other supplement that is recommended for me in the SWAMI supps. SWAMI recommends the Deflect O as well. What to do?


I am so with you on this, Dianne!  If you find out anything can you post or PM me?  Do either you or your husband have thyroid issues?  I just made an assumption because Bob mentioned iodine in the post, and I happen to have thyroid issues.  I really have no other idea why bladderwrack would end up as a toxin.  It does seem like a super-important food for O's and I don't know why or even if I should not be taking it.  
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use fucus vesiculosis exclusively
here, read about the difference
http://www.4yourtype.com/fucus.asp


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bladder wrack per se, not being fucus vesiculosis specifically, might have a certain micotoxin content, not suitable to your specific physiological needs


Dr D uses an organic and only specific sea algae shown to contain the best form of fucose, same composition of our antigen sugar molecule.....


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Lola - From what I understand of the article, bladderwrack is a loose term for seaweed/sea vegetable in general.

The Deflect O ingredient does say : bladderwrack seaweed whole plant (fucus vesiculosus) 200 mg and so I can take this type of bladderwrack.

The fucus plus ingredients say : whole bladderwrack seaweed plant 600mg, no mention of fucus vesiculosus although in the info sheet for this product it states : read more about fucus vesiculosus, so this would be fine to take as well.

Thank you Lola for your help and to all who replied.

Rather confusing business this bladderwrack stuff! I wonder if the fish have it figured out!
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make sure your bladderwrack source is in effect Fucus Vesiculosis and not other


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I order the Fucus Plus from NAP and also the Deflect O. That should be safe after reading Dr. D's article on it.
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