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Eric5
Thursday, August 28, 2014, 7:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My girlfriend and I say hi. I read your book several years ago. She has protein s deficiency a blood disorder, has had 2 strokes; pulmonary embolism and dvt and has been on anti coagulants for 3 years now. Currently is taking Lovenox. Which is a daily injection high potent anti coagulant. Is there anything we can do besides this current treatment? This seems like a place that may have more answers as it is lacking in info in alternative methods elsewhere we've looked thus far. thanks

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What's her blood type? My guess is that you'd want to load up on beneficials and totally avoid the avoids. That tends to make the diet very anti-inflammatory. When you're eating a diet that's really anti-inflammatory for your type, you'll clot less. Also, lots of good fats (for me, that means lots of fish and fish oil) and lots of folate (greens and beans).




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She has protein s deficiency a blood disorder, has had 2 strokes; pulmonary embolism and dvt and has been on anti coagulants for 3 years now. Currently is taking Lovenox.


Whatever you do, be aware that changing the diet could affect what would be the correct dosage of her medications.

It might be best for her to consult her physician before making any drastic dietary changes - at the very least to monitor medication needs and with the possibility the Dr may veto some of the changes or ask that they be done in a specific way.
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yes, let us help guide you toward previous threads by giving us your BType first


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Thank you for your responses thus far. I'm a type B non-secretor and she is a type b+ could do the test to find out secretor status if helps. With the type s protein deficiency dr.s say to avoid vitamin K as it clots blood; which includes many dark green veggies unfortunately.  Protein s deficiency is genetic and labeled as being prone to clotting of the blood say you get a wound or a bruise it will over clot and not dissipate normally etc. The strokes caused by combo of that and high blood pressure at the time which blood pressure is usually on the lower side. I'm hoping that taking to the beneficial list will help she's not a fan of venison lol which I am and is very beneficial and plentiful where we live. Hydration I believe is beneficial as well anyways more guidance is appreciated thanks guys.
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The above comments good, 'Let Food be thy medicine, and medicine be your food' - this may vary slightly from the famous quote.
Consult a dr or natural therapist with interest in food and environmental medicine.
Also, keep to whole foods, and eat at home, patience will allow the body to heal and strengthen. A good pre and pro biotic may also help. I'm not a B but I still wish you both the very best.
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Eric, Dr. D has cautioned blood type B's to avoid chicken because there is a connection to causing strokes in our blood type.



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Introducing Super Beneficials ONE at a time is the way to go, if she never had it before.  

What is she eating until now? what are foods she likes? Some previous choices may lead the way to explain her current status. Will she come here and participate?  Sometimes it is easier to understand why or why not if you explore one food at a time.  Looking foods up on-line support under Foodlookup above might give you clues as to what is in it and what might be the reason to avoid.  

Dr's not familiar with Diet from our point of view - following BTD- will more than likely advise against, just out of fear that 'they' may become responsible for the advise.  Coming here is a move we need to make because we are convinced that it is a better way.

Eliminating avoids is the only thing to start with, and then learning to feel the difference.  

What else has she folowed until now?

Food is medicine here.  Super Beneficials are medicinal quality , Beneficials feed the body.  

Which book do you follow?  At the beginning we here have more questions than answers.  

Age, body weight, lifestyle places to live all matter.  What of inheritance? Consider changing the name to fit her profile.. even if that would mean starting from scratch..  If you change the info in the front to her info, our answers will fit her profile all trough out the thread otherwise it gets confusing later on... Makes it easier and more accurate when we consider questions and experiences.  

All the best and good luck.. welcome for the caring..  



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