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Easy E
Monday, November 28, 2011, 6:21pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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You ought to try a calcium supp.  It is recomended for O's and can decrease acidity of the blood i would think.  Also magnesium is excellent and alkaline.  Calcium and magnesium work together for many functions in the body.

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Here's an update on my original post.
When I got a blood test my blood cells were stacked and was told that it meant that it was too acidic.
This happened twice. I recently got it checked again. I wanted to see if it was a long term thing or could I change it immediately by what I had for breakfast an hour or two before the test,
This time I didn't eat any protein that morning or the day before, just veges and fruit. The blood cells were beautiful, floating around with space between them and the white cells doing their job.
Actually, there was one problem and that was that my iron level was low and that was because I hadn't had any meat, I guess.
I have since started taking Live Cell, Ployflora and Deflect and the problem areas of my skin look better.

Thank you all for your input and interest in helping.
I have started eating Quinoa and have found an incredibly delicious way to prepare it.

1)  Cook the quinoa first and set aside or refrigerate for another day
2)  Saute garlic in butter for a minute or so then add sliced baby bella mushrooms, chopped red bell pepper, any kind of onion and tomatoes. Salt and pepper to taste. ( I use Lawry's Seasoned salt )
3)  Cover and cook just until vegetables are softened ( again, a minute or so ) then add cilantro and then quinoa and stir together and let it heat through. It's quick, easy and tastes so good. It can be eaten with breakfast or dinner.
You can experiment with any kind of veges you think will taste good or will fit your blood type.

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I have cut out a lot wheat but not completely. I eat Ezekiel bread, rye and sometimes sourdough...


When I switched from regular bread to Ezekial bread, I thought I was doing my body good.  Over 10 years went by and then the Ezekial bread started tasting odd.  Something told me to stop eating it and within 2 weeks I experienced the biggest sympathetic nerve reaction to a chiropractic adjustment.  Come to find out that Food for Life had started adding gluten to their Ezekial bread and that was what I was tasting.  I can't say whether or not it was affecting me in other ways or not but if the Ezekial bread you are eating has gluten in it, switch or cut it out all together.


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Glad I found this thread. Will be back to read it later when I find more time.


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This is the link that I received. that made me think that this may be the cause of my remaining issues.

http://ezinearticles.com/?How-Body-pH-Can-Affect-Your-Energy-Levels&id=4670

I am giving these protocols a try as well as eating more alkaline foods and cutting back the coffee..

http://www.earthclinic.com/Remedies/alkalizing_formulas.html









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