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Tom Martens
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I was at a customers home and we started talking about his recent health issues.  He is in his late 50's or early 60's and has developed kidney problems. His kidney doctor put him on a "special" diet that included lots of dairy, breads and many other Type O avoids.

After talking with them for a little while both he and his wife were interested to know more about ERFYT.  His wife suffers from Diverticulitis and makes loads of mucus.  I explained what she must do to ease her symtoms and start healing but I wasn't sure about the husband because of the issue with his kidneys.  He was told to keep his protein intake to only 6-8 ounces per day.  I did direct him to Dr. D'Adamo's website but I want to know more

Any help out there with this?

Thanks.


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anti inflammatory and lectin free......that helps reverse some of the damage

look into the protocols also

if you have an encyclopedia, check out the protocols suggested there


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I would suggest a phone consult with Dr. Ginger Nash, more than likely the clinic has first hand experience with this type of health problem.
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Best would  be a professional consult with a BTD-familiar medical professional, to work with him on a diet tailored just for him.

If that isn't possible, I'd stay with the protien restrictions his kidney doc gave him, but swap out the wheat and dairy for compliant foods like rice, black beans, tons of veggies, etc.  And maximise those protein servings by using beneficial proteins instead of neutrals.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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Ruthie makes good sense (as usual).  
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