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Raquel
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Hi all,

I read on pag. 251 in LR4YT about flaxseed oil and lecithin with some fruit (guava,etc) is great way to get lycopene for TYPE B...

What type of LECITHIN is good for 'B'??????  IS OK LECITHIN OF SOY ???????? because Soy is avoid!!

Thanks...



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yes soy lecithin for Bs is fine.

another option if desired would be egg lecithin.


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gracias Lola, siempre me veo con Susana y cuando tenemos duda sobre BTD decimos a la vez:

A!!!!


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seria lindo podernos reunir las tres!!
mi marido anda por allá estas dos semanas.
en otra ocasión iré con el y les aviso! )por el canal 2, le harán una entrevista en la clínica 'Ordaz'.
(dermatólogo: Fernando Ordaz)


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está en Tenerife???, sabes cuándo y cuál es el programa para verlo???

que lástima que no viniste, serías muy bien recibida en estás tierras por nosotras  
en algún momento preparamos algún encuentro en algún punto del mundo!!!


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no, la clínica esta en Madrid.
el viajara a Alicante y otros lugares, ya me avisara.
te informare sobre la hora y fecha de la entrevista en cuanto lo sepa.)


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Rachael,
See if you can find a brand of soy lecithin that is made from non genetically modified soybeans.  



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Rachael,
See if you can find a brand of soy lecithin that is made from non genetically modified soybeans.  


Hi Victoria,

Do you know of a brand. Save us some 'Google' time. I tried going the egg yolk route but it is V-E-R-Y expensive compared w/Soy extracted lecithin. Still can't make sense of why some things extracted from AVOIDS are 'blessed' and others are 'condemned.' (rhetorical ruminations)




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Lecithin granules by NOW.  This product contains non-genetically engineered soy lecithin granules.  
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Thanks NHG.  


"Some people look out and see a land of giants while others look out and see a land flowing with milk and honey."
(As BTDers, please substitute your most desirable, delightful bennie for the figurative 'milk and honey'!)
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You're entirely welcome!    I put 1 tbsp. of lecithin granules, 1 tbsp. of oat bran, 1 tbsp. of psyllium, 1 tbsp. of flax oil and 1 tbsp. of Carlson's cod liver oil in pineapple juice every morning.  That'll get your engine going.  
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hey..hey..hey AAA, if you come to visit Spain, ther's a MUST to visit me her in Switzerland
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aber selbstverständlich Isalein! )

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eine kleine Übersetzung würde ich noch brauchen!!!


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oooo ...Du sein muy  obligiert ...genau...dööös is es wann...wann..wann
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jetzt 'hab ichs' gekriegt!!!
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oups sorry hab Dir was wachsen lassen ...clarro a at the end
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You're entirely welcome!    I put 1 tbsp. of lecithin granules, 1 tbsp. of oat bran, 1 tbsp. of psyllium, 1 tbsp. of flax oil and 1 tbsp. of Carlson's cod liver oil in pineapple juice every morning.  That'll get your engine going.  



U can also add 1 tablespoon of Nutritional Yeast Flakes


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Thanks, Lisalea.  I'll think about adding the nutritional flakes.  
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Hi Victoria,

Do you know of a brand. Save us some 'Google' time. I tried going the egg yolk route but it is V-E-R-Y expensive compared w/Soy extracted lecithin. Still can't make sense of why some things extracted from AVOIDS are 'blessed' and others are 'condemned.' (rhetorical ruminations)



Sorry I missed this question somehow.    You have NOW as one source, and here's another one:
http://www.healthforce.com
Non-GMO Lecithin Powder.  I like this one because the lecithin is in a powder form instead of granules.  It blends up very nicely.



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I don´t know if it is because I am a secretor - but I just can´t handle any soy - not even as lecithin.
It is so expensive to buy the egg version - so I just stick to eggs in its natural state- but I wonder if it is ok  


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Quoted from Victoria
Rachael,
See if you can find a brand of soy lecithin that is made from non genetically modified soybeans.  


Hi ,all Type B!!!
Thanks (delay) for the information...


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just seen this - I can't tolerate soy lecithin, neither can a fellow B - I am a nonnie, we suspect she is too. However I can't take flaxseeds either, so it could be a hormonal issue.


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