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Harry O
Tuesday, August 23, 2011, 11:29pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I just read about how researchers at Northwestern University say that they've discovered the underlying disease process of the deadly neurological disease ALS. They stated that the cellular recycling protein called Ubiquilin has become defected in neurons (unknown how) in patients with ALS. Although too soon yet to tell however they also stated that further research may possibly show it to be responsible for alzheimer's, dementia and parkinson's as well.

So my question for the BTD Forums is that are there any research article(s) posted by Dr. D showing a correlation of a better cellular recycling systems within our cells by utilizing the Blood Type Diet and/or the Geno Type Diet as maybe these diets could at least slow down this deadly disease until future medical research can arrest and reverse this disease process?

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http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/ct-met-northwestern-als-breakthrough-20110822,0,4185292.story
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Dr. D. covers ALS in the BTD Encyclopedia and discusses amino acid therapy. Amino acids are the components of protein that the protein would need to be broken down to for recycling.


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The Blood type diet effort is meant to always heal the body.  

What other work he is doing is most likely not connected to specific illnesses, even though in SWAMI THE PROGRAM considers the illnesses we click on..

Doing that Swami supports the health and your other doctors need to support or supervise each persons own illness as it presents.

Whether any illness is being worked on .. or not is of little importance ( as far as I can see) because scientist work  on many issues ..

Having said that - I am sympathetic to your question, but I doubt that THIS forum is the place to ask that question.. I might suggest you send a message to Dr D in his office if that is what sounds right.  

  


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I believe GTD principles lower the volume in those genes which show a propensity toward any given disease


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I wonder how many ALS patients really have Lyme disease.  If you can view the Under Our Skin documentary about Lyme disease, you will see there are a lot of people diagnosed with ALS that are suffering from Lyme.  I would certainly be taking the amino acids recommended.
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Kim, good question.... I justamente lost a patient with ALS at the end of May of this year and yup I tested her +++ to borreliose and something heavily too... I'm nearly sure that she was a nonnie and has had an overactive immunsystem....causa here was not the nonniehood but the  shots she received as vaccinations...    ...I don't know was she a B or an O...so far....

I gave a try to the amino's but it was too late and then a lot of so called docs and profs tried to make her belief that injections of botox will help her to come along with her  right arm... nothing happened .... in contrary she experienced stiffness and so on... if WE would have acted likewise we'de be consulted infront of the Kadi !!!


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there is a reason why they call medicals and lawyers PRACTICING>> I think that all they do is test this theory or that, so long as we pay the bills.. I can do that to and the results sometimes are as spectacular, or as failing.. but I promise much less and charge much less too.  

Lime is the worst .. at least cancer has boundaries.. heart issues are understandable, but lime is a nasty disease... hiding and evading, all the while draining the person of all they have left to live..  


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Thanks for everyone's thoughts who on here. I regularly visit an ALS forum site and i have mentioned to them in the past about trying the BTD (as what else do they have to lose since they are terminal)  and yet i get the feel that they veiw this diet as other diets that's been presented to them in the past as snake oil when it comes to helping that disease. I've explained to them about how our ABO blood type and it's genetics could have a positive influence on this disease and many other neuro diseases (parkinson's/alheimer's etc.) and so that's why when they just announced this cellular protein's ''likely'' involvement i was wondering if Dr. D had mentioned about this specific protein in his studies so i could present this to them.

Similar as when some time back i was researching about the suntan gene (p53) and to which i discovered it also is the master cancer preventive gene and so i asked on here if Dr. D had ever mentioned about this gene and Lola had posted up the link to his research about it to which i was like ''how cool and thank you lola''  

Thanks
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presenting on idea or a question is what living is all about, and if we sometimes find on answer then living is good that day.. and every once in a while we can be part of such Q&A and then life is great!  Lola lives that kind of life.. sometimes her mind must be spinning...    


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