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Tina
Thursday, February 1, 2007, 4:28am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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My B hubby really likes the blueberry almond unibars.  He takes ginseng for stress-related issues with work, etc, and for more energy.  It seems to both calm and energize him as well.  It helps his brain to function more clearly under pressure, I think too.

I love the protein bars too.  And yes, sardines in olive oil or water are very good.  Even with lemon flavor and cayenne as well.
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Thursday, February 1, 2007, 3:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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 Do you get tincture of iodine at a pharmacy?

 Thanks for the input on the bars. Years ago there were bars for B's that were molasses flavored - I love molasses but sure didn't like those bars! I will try the blueberry. The protein bars - are they the chocolate or are both protein?

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Back to the rice cakes for popcorn idea:

I want to suggest that you lightly toast your rice cakes, and while they are still warm, spread them with ghee and then liberally sprinkle nutritional yeast on them.  It is a fantastic "salty" type snack which satisfies the popcorn need and gives protein and B vitamins in addition.



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I will try the blueberry. The protein bars - are they the chocolate or are both protein?


Both flavors of the Unibars are protein and/or meal replacement bars suitable for each ABO blood group:
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP051S
http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP050S

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k1204
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Victoria - thanks for the great idea! That actually sounds pretty good. I assume toast in the toaster? Do you have to watch them carefully? They are so light and puffy I wonder if they burn quickly. I will get some yeast this weekend and try it.
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Yes, you need to watch the rice cakes, and don't let them get brown.  They just need to be in the toaster or toaster oven long enough to bring out the flavor and get nice and crisp.



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... aren't they usually packed in oil we can't have?...


You can get them packed in Olive Oil...Unfortunately for me, most of the Olive Oil tins of fish here in UK seem to be Skinned AND De-Boned rather than Whole. Not only do they not contain all the vital nutrients - they don't taste as good either.


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I crave salt when I need iodine.  I use tincture of iodine rubbed on the skin of thigh or abdomen.  Rub on about a 3"circle or square, if it is gone within 24 hours, you need to apply more.  If, after 24 hours, iodine is still visible, you have enough.  It is both a test and treatment in one pass!



This means that your adrenals may be out of whack.  You can do a cleanse and then some food testing to see what you are eating that is causing you to have strong cravings.
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