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Oonu
Friday, October 24, 2008, 6:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi everyone,

I haven't been able to find how acid/alkaline should I be for my blood type to be in optimum health?

Thank you in advance.

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eat right and the balance looks after itself


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I never thought of it that way!

Thank you!

btw
LOVE your signature!    
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Hi Shelley, As works better as metabolic rate and muscles activity with alkaline nutrition and biochemistry from LR4YT or ER4YT. The A diet is less proteic and sees often beans and soy in this goal I guess (together with plenty of fruit and veggies.
I love too your Hafiz signature !


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You can read more about alkaline/acidity of foods here:
http://dherbs.com/detox/food-combining-chart.php
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Heres a great read too:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/09619.....f=pd_sl_40p8o2akk6_b

Surprisingly diet takes a back seat to emotional wellness when it comes to acid/alkaline balance. The death and loss of a loved one can throw your body into a severe acid state. Even the loss of a job.

I tend to believe the emotional views
in this book than the diet ones. Just
like mikeo says. Follow the BTD and
the balance should fall in place.
I'd like to add to that by saying
learn to love and laugh a lot as
this will help the balance too.  



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yep..yep...yep Mikeo is partiellamente right; but please sustain
your systems in adapting a higher intake of all minerals, only
in that way you can reach your aim much quicker and bodyhealing
will take place in shortest time...


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Quoted from keithallenlaw


Surprisingly diet takes a back seat to emotional wellness when it comes to acid/alkaline balance. The death and loss of a loved one can throw your body into a severe acid state. Even the loss of a job.

I tend to believe the emotional views
in this book than the diet ones. Just
like mikeo says. Follow the BTD and
the balance should fall in place.
I'd like to add to that by saying
learn to love and laugh a lot as
this will help the balance too.  


oh boy isn't this the truth.  I've experienced this first hand as we all probably have.  Thanks for the reminder of the havoc emotions can play.  

Also  Mikeo... I never saw your signature before!  Fantastic!

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Amazone I.
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but please remember, when your body lacks enzymes and or
trace elements or vits or any kind of minerals, we have to substitute them, even only the so called *information giving therpaies* like Schssler salts can't change the form of your needs!!!.....


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I am conficent that Os can tolerate more acid(meat-cooked food) & As need more alkali.
BTW, Keith, can you share where you live? Geography adds so much to the person's persona.  If you don't want to, I respect your privacy, but it often helps to know(general area is OK, like SW USA, which I'm guesssing).
BTW, I prefer a warmer climate from where I live, so this isn't my perfect identity.   


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Quoted from Mrs T O+
I am conficent that Os can tolerate more acid(meat-cooked food) & As need more alkali.
BTW, Keith, can you share where you live? Geography adds so much to the person's persona.  If you don't want to, I respect your privacy, but it often helps to know(general area is OK, like SW USA, which I'm guesssing).
BTW, I prefer a warmer climate from where I live, so this isn't my perfect identity.   


Wow an O type liking warm weather. Meat
spoils in warm weather . I love the
cold. The colder the better and I love
to be in the woods when its cold. Is
that a hunter trait?

No, I don't mind telling my location.
I'm 80 miles south of the "Gateway
to the west" St.Louis, Mo. Town
called Perryville. Cold winters but
warm sticky summers...hate it. The
sticky summers that is. You?

Thanks for the interest!   -keith





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The colder the better and I love
to be in the woods when its cold. Is
that a hunter trait?

Absolutely!  Hunters, and Boy Scouts too, but you look a little past Boy Scout age.
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...you see this is the little B-reserve here....
authentically......


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